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November 28th

Bureau of Land Management Burns Slash Piles in Campbell County

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Buffalo Field Office is planning to burn slash piles on BLM lands this fall and winter in several areas, including Billy Creek, Mosier Gulch, Slip Road, Gardner Mountain, and in the Collins Road area in northcentral Campbell County.

People Want President Who's Approachable

Some of the audience at Wednesday's forum held to discuss what people want in the next college president. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Approachability and visibility are among the qualities people said they want in the next president of the Northern Wyoming Community College District.

Sheridan College to Host Parent Information Night

Prospective Sheridan College students and their families will learn everything they need to know to enroll at Sheridan College in a meeting next week.

Medicare Enrollment Continues Through Dec. 7

People who want to sign up for Medicare Part D, which provides prescription drug coverage, or who want to see what coverage is provided by their current plan have a little over a week to get that information.

TANF Contract Approved By Sheridan County

The Sheridan County Commission has accepted and approved a contract between the county and the Wyoming Department of Family Services for running the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Community Partnership Initiative (CPI).

BDA CEO Updates Council About 'Music On Main Street'

John Cordonier

Buffalo Downtown Association CEO/Director John Cordonier updated the Buffalo City Council on their proposed “Music On Main Street” program and asked for the council's approval to use city-owned light poles downtown to install specialized wireless speakers for the system.

Christmas Events Happening This Weekend In Buffalo

A previous Chili Feed in Buffalo.

The Christmas Kickoff will officially begin in Buffalo this weekend with traditional events and special offers from retailers to get everyone in the holiday spirit.

Researchers Successfully Train Computers to Identify Animals in Photos

A computer model developed at the University of Wyoming by UW researchers and others has demonstrated remarkable accuracy and efficiency in identifying images of wild animals from camera-trap photographs in North America.

WYCF Grant Deadline Approaching

(Image courtesy of WYCF)

The Wyoming Community Foundation announced that the deadline for nonprofits to apply for grant funding is fast approaching. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Local Couple to Serve as GENEX Beef Representatives

Liz Kincaid (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Stewart and Liz Kincaid of Sheridan, now serve as independent contractors for GENEX, providing personalized beef genetic and reproductive services, while striving to improve the profit potential of beef producers throughout Sheridan and Johnson counties and Big Horn County, Montana.