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March 1st, 2012

Lowest Nationwide, Wyo Gas Prices Following Usual Trend

While the rest of the country braces for increasing prices at the pump entering spring months, Wyoming prices remain the lowest in the country at an average of about $3.15 per gallon.

Dress in Blue Day is Friday

Dress in Blue Day is Friday

Friday, March 2nd is National Dress in Blue Day as March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month. Raising awareness, celebrating survivors, and helping patients in need is the impetus behind National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month.

Tongue and Cheek Bills Don't Sit Well With Representative Madden

Representative Mike Madden

In the midst of fine tuning a budget for the State of Wyoming for the next two years, there have been some rather odd pieces of legislation that have made headlines during this year's legislative budget session.

Sheridan Youth Baseball Meeting Tonight at 6

Mike McCafferty

Sheridan Youth Baseball will hold an informational meeting/sign-up session beginning at 6 pm tonight at Sheridan Junior High School.

14th Annual Wild West Wine Festival is Friday

Stacie Coe, DSA executive director

The Downtown Sheridan Association will give the Wine in the Wild West Festival a 14th go round this Friday at the Historic Sheridan Inn.

JCHC Board OK's Purchases For ENT To Practice Here

Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo

At the monthly meeting Wednesday, the Board of Trustees for Johnson County Healthcare Center approved the purchase of equipment requested by an Ear/Nose/Throat Specialist from Sheridan to perform clinic duties and surgeries here in Buffalo.

Wilderness Group Hosting Public Meeting Tonight in Buffalo

Justin Gerard

The Wyoming Wilderness Association will be having a public meeting to discuss the possible designation of Rock Creek as a widerness area tonight at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo, beginning at 6pm.

State Of Johnson County? Good. Cautious, But Not Fearful

Johnson County's elected officials gave the State Of The County Address Wednesday afternoon at a luncheon sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.

February 29th

Berger: 'Doomsday Bill' Was About Wyoming Stability

Legislation that would have funded study of Wyoming's capabilities during failure of the national government died Wednesday by a narrow margin.

Coffeen PTO Books for Bingo

The Coffeen Elementary PTO Books for Bingo event will be open to the entire community this Thursday when they will raise money for more than just the PTO.