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September 19th

Buffalo Chamber's Fourth Oktoberfest Is Saturday

Buffalo's Scott Madsen dressed the part for last year's Oktoberfest.

The Fourth Annual Oktoberfest, organized by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, will be this Saturday in downtown Buffalo.

The day's festivities begin at noon and will continue through 6pm.

Johnson County Commission Appoints Board Members

Johnson County's Commissioners, at this week's meeting, took recommendations from the Johnson County Fair Board and Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board (KBJ/ED/JPB) and made appointments to open positions on each.

Buffalo Police Vehicle Damaged In Accident

The Buffalo City Council was given the latest Police Chief's Report at their meeting this week.

Lieutenant Andy Tkach, standing in for Chief Jason Carder, said an accident occurred with a police vehicle driven by Officer Farris.

Singer, Songwriter Michael Martin Murphy Performs in Buffalo

Nationally-known singer, songwriter Michael Martin Murphey has added the historic town of Buffalo, Wyoming, to his touring schedule this month.

Census Figures Show 1 in 7 Wyomingites Lack Insurance

New U.S. Census figures show that more than one in seven residents in Wyoming do not have health insurance.

Park Service Offers Free Admission

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Visitors to Yellowstone and other national parks will be admitted free for one day this month – on National Public Lands Day, Sept. 28.

Construction Postpones Extension Office Move

Sheridan County Courthouse (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

The move of the University of Wyoming Extension office from the Sheridan County Courthouse to Sheridan College has been postponed.

McCarthy Goes On Trial Today In Sheridan

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Former Wyoming legislator Rodger McDaniel who wrote the book “Dying for Joe McCarthy's Sins: The Suicide of Wyoming Senator Lester Hunt” says he's enthused by the book's reception and looking forward to being in the area this week.

Farmers Market Comes Back For Encore

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Organizers of the farmers markets in Sheridan are planning an encore performance today because Saturday's final harvest celebration did not reap the benefits they hoped it would sow.

Woman Cited For Texting While Driving

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A woman was cited Wednesday for texting while driving, and hit and run following an incident in the 700 block of Sumner.