Buffalo author and poet Gene Gagliano will be honored during a gathering Thursday for being named as Wyoming Poet Laureate earlier this year.

Johnson County Road and Bridge summer projects are winding down and the focus is shifting to prepping for winter and future projects.

Buffalo's City Council discussed two grants at their last council meeting that will pay for both alcohol and tobacco compliance checks at city and county businesses, after the request was submitted by Sergeant Garth Nicholas of the Buffalo Police Department on behalf of Chief Jason Carder.

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed a cattle guard that has been found in Lake Desmet, and talked to County Road and Bridge about how it might be removed.

Longmire fans can, starting tonight, watch their favorite television show with concessions and a cash bar along with other fans in a comfortable setting.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Sept. 27, 1916.

During their meetings this past week in Buffalo, the Wyoming Legislature's Joint Interim Revenue Committee spent two days discussing possible tax increases, exemptions and revenue opportunities.

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Interim Revenue Committee met in Buffalo Thursday and Friday to discuss topics ranging from increasing taxes on cigarettes and electricity produced from wind power to removing tax exemptions for various businesses in Wyoming.

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