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July 17th, 2012

Johnson County Library To Host Another Longmire Event

Another event tied to this Saturday's “Longmire Day” in Buffalo will be “Longmire At The Library” at the Johnson County Library that evening at 7pm.

Buffalo City Council Passes Alley Vacation On First Reading

At their meeting Tuesday evening the Buffalo City Council Passed on first reading Ordinance No. 1358 which will partially vacate an alleyway in the city.

First Farmers' Market of the Year Is Thursday

The first Farmer's Market of the year will be Thursday at Whitney Commons, across from the library. Local growers will be showing off and selling their harvest.

JCHC Board Hears Updates On Current, Proposed Projects

The Johnson County Healthcare Center Board of Trustees received updates on the current and proposed 2016 building projects during their last meeting June 27th.

Wyoming Grappling With Implementation of Affordable Care Act

Now that the Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act is starting to settle in, policymakers in Wyoming are considering how they're going to integrate the bill into the existing health care system.

TONGUE RIVER VOLLEYBALL CAMP

Tongue River Middle School will be hosting a volleyball camp from 9:00-12:00 on August 7-10 in Ranchester.

Camp is open to all girls entering grades 6-8. Wade Wells, director/coach of Montana Juniors Volleyball Club, will be the instructor.

Wells has coached throughout Montana at the collegiate, high school & club levels. Cost is $60 and includes t-shirt. Please call 751-7361 after 5 pm for information/registration form.

Lightning Strike

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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

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Sheridan County Approves Budget

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Sheridan County Approves Budget

The process of crafting a budget for Sheridan County began back in February. The County Commissioners held a public hearing Monday night, where there was no public comment taken and ultimately approved a $15.9 general fund budget Tuesday morning at their regular meeting.