Officials with the Bureau of Land Management plan to burn slash piles on their lands through the winter in several areas in the Big Horn Mountains, including Billy Creek, Mosier Gulch and along Collins Road in north central Campbell County.

A permit for a gravel pit near Kaycee is closer to being approved by the State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) after Johnson County's Commissioners approved sending a letter to them stating there are no county zoning regulations against the proposed pit.

Three one-act plays will be presented during two nights of dinner theater both Friday and Saturday evening, November 20th and 21st at the Cowboy Carousel Center in Buffalo.

Members of the Critical Air Service Team, or CAST, Dave Searle, John Stopka, Jay Stender, Bruce Garber and Angela Fox, were the featured speakers at this month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

A party has been planned for tomorrow to launch the restart of commercial air service in Sheridan.

Wyoming's Poet Laureate, Rose Hill of Sheridan, will be the featured guest for a “Day For Poetry” today in Buffalo, beginning with writing seminars at Buffalo High School and ending with a reception and poetry reading tonight at the Occidental Hotel downtown.

Buffalo's water may be safer from wildfires and subsequent damage in the future after the city council approved a grant application to study fire mitigation in the watershed drainages that feed Tie Hack Reservoir, the city's source for municipal drinking water in the Bighorn Mountains above the city.

Johnson County has been awarded an OJJDP (or Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention) Grant for nearly $35,000 and the commissioners approved chairman Jim Hicks to sign the award agreement document at their Tuesday meeting.

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