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November 2nd

Annual Library Fundraiser this weekend

Library fundraiser this Friday
Cynthia Twing holds a Wyoming Cowboys' jersey from Buffalo's Chris Prosinski.

The Johnson County Library's annual fund raising auction is Friday, November 5th, at the library.

Missing Plane Found: No Survivors

Photo taken just west of the crash site along Indian Pass in the Wind River Mountains of NW Wyoming. Visible in the photo is the trail made by the team of mountaineers who spotted the wreckage as they made their way down the mountainside. (Courtesy Photo)

LANDER, Wyo. (AP) - Searchers in Wyoming say they found the wreckage of a small plane that was carrying four members of a Minneapolis family, and there were no survivors.

November 1st

City Council Approves Community Enhancement Grant Application

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City of Sheridan City Councilman Steve Brantz

The City of Sheridan in conjunction with the Downtown Sheridan Association are moving forward with an application for a community enhancement grant through the Wyoming Business Council.

Mead and Peterson on Health Care

Today, Wyomingites will go to the polls and decide who is going to be Wyoming's next governor, replacing the current governor, Dave Freudenthal, a Democrat.

UW Receives $700,000 Research Grant

The University of Wyoming recently received a $700,000 grant to research ways of improving the competitiveness of organic crop and forage producers.

2010 General Election is Today: Get Out and Vote!

Sheridan County Election Supervisor Brenda Miech
Sheridan County Election Supervisor Brenda Miech

The 2010 General Election takes place in Wyoming today.

Business leadership conference in Buffalo

Dave Ramsey will be conducting a nationwide simulcast for entrepreneurs November 5th.

EntreLeadership is a leadership conference to be held in Buffalo this Friday.

Johnson County Commission Moves Meeting

The Johnson County Commissioners have rescheduled their regular meeting this week from Tuesday to Friday in order not to interfere with Election Day.

Buffalo City Council to Introduce Animal Control Officer

Buffalo City Hall
Buffalo City Hall

The Buffalo City Council is scheduled to introduce the City's new animal control officer at their regular meeting Tuesday, November 2nd.

October 31st

Poll Question: Traditional Primaries vs. Wide-Open Elections

Many candidates on the General Election ballot in Sheridan County are running unopposed.

In a June 9, 2010 New York Times article by Jesse McKinley, he wrote about the message Californians sent when they voted to "radically rejigger elections in the nation's most populous state.