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'Longmire' Stars Sign Autographs

Two autograph signing sessions have been planned with the stars of the 'Longmire' TV show who are in Buffalo for the weekend's Longmire Days celebration. They'll be held both this morning and Saturday morning, from 9-noon. Today's will be in the former Clear Creek Elementary School.

Lewis Street Bridge Closure

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Big changes are on the way regarding a major reconstruction project in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

On the Foundation Features Music and Theater

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Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns will be holding their 5th annual “On the Foundation” fundraiser next Thursday (July 24) in Sheridan.

County Valuations Add to School Budget

Sheridan County School District 2 will get $300,000 more this year than in 2013/14, in part because property valuations are up in the county.

Buffalo's 'Longmire Days' Gets Underway

The third annual Longmire Days celebration in Buffalo that gets underway this weekend has grown from a local one-day event featuring the Longmire series author Craig Johnson to a larger two-day event with cast members of the show based on the books.

Council Tables Dog Restriction Ordinance

Buffalo's City Council, after some discussions and reading of letters from the public on the matter, chose to table the third and final reading of the Ordinance that would give them authority to ban dogs from certain municipal areas.

Johnson County Passes FY2014-15 Budget

During their regular meeting this week, the Johnson County Commissioners passed their final budget for Fiscal Year 2014-15.

‘Longmire’ Fans Come Out for Author, Actors

The popularity of the 'Longmire' book and TV series was evident Tuesday night as people flocked to a local historic spot to meet the author and actors. Leslie Stratmoen was there to bring you this report.

UPDATE: Approved County Budget includes $400K to Archive Records

The commissioners of Sheridan County approved a $16.7 million general fund budget Tuesday during a regular monthly meeting, with the only major difference from last year, a $400,000 allotment to digitally archive records.

Rec District Reviews Pool Assessment

Adult and children's swimming pools at Kendrick Park need roughly $700,000 in repairs and upgrades to continue operations for the next five to 10 years.