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WYDOT announced in a media release Tuesday that about 100 feet of U.S. 14 east of Greybull is in danger of being lost due to a slide which has closed the highway about 31.5 miles east of Greybull.

In a little over two weeks the concealed carry law will go into effect in Wyoming, which essentially means that citizens will no longer need a permit to carry a gun concealed.

In an effort to increase safety in the oil and gas industry, the Wyoming Occupational Safety and Health Administration will officially set forth an alliance with the Wyoming oil and gas industry, which will be sanctioned by Governor Matt Mead this Wednesday.

Wyoming kids are gearing up for summer fun, and the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association is working to make sure that “gear” includes a helmet. The organization distributes hundreds of free bicycle helmets each year, and presents safety demonstrations at fairs and schools.

The Buffalo City Council, at last week's meeting, discussed the water line on Fairgrounds Road, again deciding it is the County that is responsible for resolving the issue with the landowners in the area.

This weekend at the Johnson County Fairgrounds,there will be a pig wrestling event as a fundraiser for Buffalo's Summit Gymnastics. The fundraiser will raise money to help offset the costs involved with teaching gymnastics and traveling to competitions.

At their regular meeting last week, Johnson County’s commissioners approved a request from County Coroner Dave Harness to approve a deputy coroner.

Buffalo Police Chief Mike Chapman told the Buffalo City Council the new Justice Center project is moving along on schedule for the August move-in date, barring any major issues popping up.

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