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April 12th, 2012

Johnson County To Close Road For Culvert Replacement

Upper Clear Creek Road will be closed at times Tuesday, April 17th to allow Johnson County Road and Bridge to replace an aging, damaged culvert. The culvert work will be approximately 0.6 miles west of the Klondike Road intersection.

Little Miss Johnson County Pageant Friday at Senior Center

The Little Miss Johnson County Pageant, a part of the Little Miss Wyoming Scholarship Pageant series, will be today at the Buffalo Senior Center.

The Arts are Alive at Big Horn

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The arts are alive and well at the Big Horn Schools. Thursday night the high school band held their Festival Band Concert while the elementary students held their art show at the Bradford Brinton Memorial and Museum.

Purple Up For Military Kids In Buffalo Friday

April is the “Month of the Military Child,” a time to honor youth whose lives have been impacted by parents serving in the military.

April 11th

Rotary Gives SHS $1,000

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Sheridan High School accepted a donation from Rotary of Sheridan for $1,000 it will use to support its free and reduced lunch program, as principal Dirlene Wheeler announced at Tuesday's District 2 meeting.

4th Annual Pinewood Derby Classic is Saturday

4th Annual Pinewood Derby Classic is Saturday

The Hammer Chevrolet showroom in Sheridan will be buzzing with excitement this Saturday as it'll once again be the site for this year's Sheridan Media Pinewood Derby Classic. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Natural Gas Below $2 For First Time In Ten Years

NEW YORK (AP) - The price of natural gas has fallen below $2 per 1,000 cubic feet for the first time in more than a decade.

BH Elementary Student Art Featured In Bradford Brinton Show

Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum

Every other year since 2002, Bradford Brinton Memorial and Museum hosts an art show for Big Horn Elementary students.

SOS Warns Wyoming Business Owners of Deceptive Business Filings

Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield

The Wyoming Secretary of State's Office has issued an alert to warn all Wyoming business owners of a deceptive solicitation letter that has surfaced in many states nearby Wyoming, including Colorado. Secretary of State Max Maxfield.

Buffalo Council Gets Update From City Works Department

Buffalo Public Works Director Les Hook made a request of the city counil to approve a 980 work schedule for employees at the waste water treatment plant, explaining the new schedule will give the city better hourly coverage while saving costs.