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April 13th, 2015

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Boy Scout, Council Discuss Flag Pole Project For City Hall

A local Buffalo Boy Scout will be erecting a flag pole in front of Buffalo's City Hall, as a project to help fulfill requirements for his Eagle Scout Badge.

County Approves TANF Grant Applications

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved the applications for the Temporary Assistance For Needy Families (TANF) Grant after hearing presentations from the three applicants at their last meeting.

Buffalo Police, Attorney's Reports To City Council

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven was absent from the last city council meeting, and former City Attorney Dennis Kirven sat in during the meeting last week.

A Look Back in Time: April 14, 1915

F.G. Cooper, a Civil War veteran living in Sheridan, has the distinction of having seen President Lincoln in Ford's theater in Washington D.C. a few days before the president was assassinated.

Governor Announces Fish, Wildlife Task Force Members

Governor Matt Mead has announced the newly appointed members of the Fish and Wildlife Resources Task Force.

Lottery Game Ticket Draws Today for Half a Million

The jackpot for the Wyoming lottery's newest game, Cowboy Draw, has doubled, giving players a chance to win half a million dollars in today's draw.

April 12th

Countdown Under Way to Fill Legislative Vacancy

The countdown has started for applicants to fill the legislative vacancy created by the death last week of Sheridan County Rep. John Patton.

Gear Swap

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Looking for some great outdoor gear at great prices? Sheridan College was the place to be Saturday as the college Outdoor Adventure Club hosted a gear swap. There was something for everyone and Larissa Bonnet, advisor for the club, gives us the details.

‘Bomb the Big Horns’

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Fly Shop of the Big Horns sponsored a fly casting competition Saturday with all proceeds going toward Casting for Recovery, a program that “enhances the quality of life of women with breast cancer with the therapeutic sport of fly fishing.