Johnson County

Wednesday's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon was held at the Occidental Hotel's Virginian Restaurant and featured Sue Suddith, Executive Director of CHAPS, or Children, Horses and Adults In Partnership, speaking on behalf of their Equine-Assisted Therapy Program.

With hunting season in Wyoming in full swing, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds hunters that it is a violation to hunt on private land without written permission from the landowner or person in charge of the property.

Fire restrictions will soon be lifted for our neighbors to the north. Kimberly Frasier, recreation/resource assistant with the Custer National Forest,
explains.

The Chamber of Commerce has announced this month's “Cash Mob” will be at the Cottonwood Kitchen Shop on Main Street Thursday night at 5:15.

The ex-wife of a Montana man charged with kidnapping and assaulting an 11-year-old Wyoming girl says she is proud of the young victim for fighting her attacker and surviving.

The Sheridan landfill will be hosting two free weekends starting Saturday.

The Sheridan chapter of Pheasants Forever is letting some hunters get practice before the season officially starts Dec. 1. Up to 15 kids and 10 ladies are specifically invited to spend Saturday morning honing their bird-hunting skills.

Dr. John Kambutu will visit Sheridan Friday to speak in the College's C-TEL auditorium about the Hillside Kenya Water Project.

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