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October 18th, 2012

Counties Continue Discussions On Lake DeSmet Lease

Sheridan and Johnson Counties are continuing to have discussions concerning the proposed lease of water rights at Lake DeSmet by the Wyoming Game and Fish, in what appears to be preparations for today's Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Joint Powers Board meeting in Buffalo.

Raising Readers Hosts Breakfast, Activities Saturday

Good news for parents: you don't have to cook breakfast Saturday morning! Instead, get dressed, grab your kids, and head to the Junior High Gymnasium for a free breakfast, courtesy of Raising Readers in Wyoming.

Electrical Fire at Sheridan College

Photo Courtesy of Sheridan Fire/Rescue

Sheridan Fire/Rescue was called to Sheridan College Wednesday afternoon after smoke was observed coming from the laundry room.

Rec District Loses Venue

The Sheridan Recreation District will have some restructuring to do next month, as its slated to loose a valuable facility asset.

October 17th

Buffalo Adds Projects To Wish List For Legislators

The Buffalo City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, approved two projects to be added to the Northeast Wyoming Municipal Group's packet, essentially a wish list for funding that will go to the Wyoming State Legislature at their next session.

Commissioners Back Proposal To Name 'Chris LeDoux Point'

Chris LeDoux

At their Tuesday meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners backed a proposal to name a hillside near his home in southern Johnson County as “Chris LeDoux Point.”

Wrapping Up the Forums

The candidate forums for this year's General Election wrapped up Wednesday night at the Sheridan College CTEL.

County Commissioners Discuss DeSmet Lease

County Commissioners Discuss DeSmet Lease

On Wednesday's edition of Public Pulse, host Kim Love moderated a discussion between Sheridan County Commissioners Terry Cram, Bob Rolston and Steve Maier on the latest developments with the Lake DeSmet lease agreement.

Buffalo Chamber Lunch Features CHAPS

Sue Suddith, Executive Director of CHAPS

Wednesday's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon was held at the Occidental Hotel's Virginian Restaurant and featured Sue Suddith, Executive Director of CHAPS, or Children, Horses and Adults In Partnership, speaking on behalf of their Equine-Assisted Therapy Program.

Hunters: Respect Private Lands

Hunters: Respect Private Lands

With hunting season in Wyoming in full swing, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds hunters that it is a violation to hunt on private land without written permission from the landowner or person in charge of the property.