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April 30th, 2014

Arts and Humanities Art Show And Sale This Weekend

This weekend the Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council will be hosting the “Beauty and Bargains” art show and sale at the Cowboy Carousel Center in Buffalo.

April 29th

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How Cattle Caused a War

The Johnson County Jim Gathcell Memorial Museum will open its doors on May 24. They have a permanent exhibit on the Johnson County War. Photo courtesy of Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum

The anniversary of one of the most notorious wars in the Buffalo-Johnson County area is this month. Hannah Stepenoff has more.

Governor Mead Discusses Oil and Gas Supervisor’s Resignation

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Photo by Ron Richter)

A state supervisor's resignation has produced more questions than answers. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

A Day at the Derby

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Children, Horses, and Adults in Partnership, known as CHAPS, was founded in 2003 as means to offer therapeutic riding to children and adults with special needs.

Buffalo School District To Drop Student Accident Insurance

At their Meeting Monday night in Kaycee, the Johnson County School Board chose to discontinue paying accident insurance for students participating in sports and other activities, effective with the 2014-2015 school year.

Johnson County Commissioner's Meeting Briefs

The Johnson County Commissioners approved a number of smaller items on their agenda at their last meeting.

They approved an agreement with the US Forest Service for them to use specific radio frequencies in the county.

Two Killed in Crash

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Two people from Gillette were killed in a head-on crash on a state highway. They've been identified as 28-year-old Matthew Jacobson

US 14 Landslide Re-routes Traffic

Photo Courtesy of WyDOT

The Wyoming Department of Transportation announced this morning that a Landslide on US 14, east of Sheridan at Jim Creek Hill, has prompted WYDOT maintenance personnel to re-route traffic around the slide area.

Sign Stolen is Favorite

The project engineer for the state transportation department working on the Lewis Street Bridge reconstruction project in Sheridan said the sign that was stolen last week, was actually the second theft of the same signage.