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July 29th

Historic Wyoming lodge remains open after fire

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DUBOIS, Wyo. (AP) — A fire damaged the historic Brooks Lake Lodge in northwest Wyoming this past weekend, but the 98-year-old lodge remains open thanks to quick action by staff and firefighters.

Wyoming News Update

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — An American Indian tribe opposes a company's plan to dump oilfield wastewater upstream of a river in central Wyoming.

A Look Back in Time: July 30, 1919

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on July 30, 1919.

Fair Features Non-traditional Animals As Well

Most of us that have gone to a fair in our lives know that beef, hogs, sheep and even dogs and cats are given their time to shine, but there is also a place for non-traditional animals and pets as well.

During the events Monday at the Johnson County Fair, one judge had the opportunity to meet some interesting animals and their owners during the Pocket Pets competition.

JCHC Volunteer Coordinator Building Program From Scratch

The Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo created a new position earlier this year to help coordinate the many volunteers that help at the facility, recruit more volunteers, and to build a program from the ground up.

Sheep Featured Tuesday at Johnson County Fair

The 2019 Johnson County Fair and Rodeo is underway and will continue through Sunday, August 4th at the fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Tuesday's events include everything sheep, from the sheep show to the lamb feed, and the popular Sheep Lead competition that night.

Horse Shows Start Tuesday

Three days of horse shows start Tuesday at the Sheridan County Fair. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

The first of three days of horse shows start Tuesday at the Sheridan County Fair.

19 Compete in Dog Show at Fair

19 youth and 21 dogs competed in classes including agility Monday at the Sheridan County Fair. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Sheridan County Fair is under way again this year. Sheridan Media Pat Blair was on hand for Monday's first event. Here's the story.

Sheriff Asks for Public Help with Mountain Thefts

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A portion of Sheridan County is in the Bighorn National Forest and thus the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office is tasked with policing that land.

Terminal Project to Begin Next Month

The Sheridan County Airport Terminal will be getting an upgrade and expansion starting next month.