A night of family fun and entertainment has been planned for Thursday, August 7 at the Kendrick Park band shell area. The Sheridan Jaycees are hosting the “Nothing But Nets” event that is aimed at raising funds for families in Africa.

The City of Sheridan Planning Commission considered a number of items at their meeting Monday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has this report.

Two lightning caused fires that were ignited last week in the Bighorn National Forest are expected to be contained in the next couple of days. Forest Service officials anticipate that The Roane Creek Fire, located about two and a half miles south of U.S.

The American Association of University Women, or AAUW, is working nationwide to increase the graduation rate for women going to college.

A helicopter will be seen flying over the Bighorn Mountains next week dropping fish into high elevation lakes.

Some Sheridan area residents may have been in a coaching party held up in Yellowstone Park today.

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Tuesday is sheep day at the Johnson County Fair and events are scheduled throughout the day and into the evening.

Johnson County has seen an estimated savings of nearly $34,000 on the Trabing Road overlay project from Old Highway 87 to Interstate 90, according to Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer.

The annual Show 'n Shine car show and parade will be happening in August and the organizers have asked for help from the Buffalo Police Department for their parade through town that day.

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University of Wyoming Satellite Volleyball Camp hosted by the Sheridan Volleyball Club at Sheridan High School.

Over 65 girls participated in the two-day camp under the guidance of UW Head Volleyball Coach Chad Callihan, UW Assistant Coach Dan Georgalas and UW players.