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June 30th, 2014

Dog Ordinance, Catering, and Variances On City's Agenda

Buffalo's City Council will work through a relatively light Agenda Tuesday, with the second reading of Ordinance No. 1372 the main topic of discussion.

Nursing Home Nearly Full, Other Numbers from JCHC

The Board of Trustees at the Johnson County Healthcare Center, at their recent monthly meeting, received reports from the various department heads on what they accomplished in the month of May.

Wyoming Politics This Time of Year: Constant Travel and Crazy Schedules

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This is the time of year when our Wyoming political world truly becomes the crazy season.

Between parades, celebrations and backyard meet-and-greets, the folks competing for political office find themselves on the dead run.

The Poll Question of the Week

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The race for governor is coming up. In the Republican Party there are three candidates seeking the nomination...State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill, physician/rancher Taylor Haynes and incumbant Matt Mead.

Big Day at the Brinton

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A garden party extraordinaire was held on the grounds of the Brinton Museum Friday evening complete with dinner and dancing to the live band music of the 1920's.

It was the Brinton Foxtrot Dinner and Dance, the annual summer fundraising event for the museum, but so much more.

June 29th

County Eyes Zoning Amendments

Sheridan County commissioners will consider two amendments to county zoning regulations at their meeting on Tuesday.

Day Break Just Start for Senior Center

Construction of a new Day Break facility is just a start for planned changes at the Sheridan Senior Center.

GOP Meets Tuesday to Select Senate Candidates

A selection committee from Sheridan and Johnson counties will meet at 5:30 Tuesday afternoon in Story to interview candidates seeking appointment to the Wyoming Senate.

A Look Back in Time: June 30, 1914

A terrific hailstorm swept down on Lower Prairie Dog valley and the surrounding area yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock.

Organizers Say Buffalo's Relay For Life A 'Success'

Although final numbers won't be in for a couple of months, those organizing this year's Buffalo Relay For Life events say it was another success.