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Wyoming Wildlife Foundation Providing Grants for Bears

The Wyoming Wildlife Foundation will provide grants to support work relating to bears. (Courtesy photo)

The Wyoming Wildlife Foundation will provide grants of up to $5,500 to support research, habitat protection, education and other similar projects for all species of bears through the 2016 Memorial Bear Fund.

Buffalo's Business Rountables Begin In September

Buffalo's monthly Business Roundtables will begin again starting in September at the Sagewood Gifts and Cafe downtown.

Plan Now For Buffalo Chamber's Oktoberfest

This year's seventh annual Buffalo Oktoberfest, presented by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, is just a couple of weeks away, but organizers are encouraging those who wish to participate in the Home Brew Contest to register now for the event.

Democratic Candidate for House District #30

Val Burgess, the Democratic candidate for the Wyoming House District #30 seat, stopped by Sheridan Media’s Public Pulse show Monday. Burgess started off by sharing some things about herself.

BHNF Hosts Recreation Residence Workshop

The Bighorn National Forest and the Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office are holding a 2-day Recreation Residence Workshop on September 8 and 9. Susie Douglas, Public Affairs Specialist for the BHNF.

Wyoming News Update

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Wyoming seeks to block judge's order on air ambulance fees

Candidate Files Late for Big Horn Trustee

One candidate has filed for the Big Horn trustee's seat up for election this year in Sheridan County School District 1.

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Sponsors Women’s Antelope Hunt

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is sponsoring the 2016 Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt as it has for several years. The RMEF strives to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and hunting heritage for future generations.

Parents Say Goodbye To Their Kindergarteners

Vehicle after vehicle drove down Sheridan County streets as children flocked to schools this morning with their lunch boxes and backpacks as the 2016 school year starts.

Lab Results Reveal More About Parasite in the Yellowstone River

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Results are in from the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks on fish sample collected as part of the effort to understand the distribution of the parasite in the Yellowstone River and its tributaries. The results revealed that the parasite is affecting several types of fish.