Johnson County

A music class that teaches students how to jam is being offered this fall. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

The regular Buffalo City Council meeting, originally scheduled for today (Tuesday, October 7th) has been postponed until Thursday, October 9th, 5pm at City Hall.

Johnson County's Commissioners will be discussing and then presumably acting on an amendment to the contract agreement between themselves and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department concerning Lake DeSmet.
The amendment will center on dock maintenance at the lake.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce recently announced their 2014-15 Board of Directors.

The Executive Board consists of President Amy Wright-Sawyer of Wahoo Frontier Toppings; Vice-President Jake Jones of North Wyoming Insurance; and Treasurer Barb Marton of Mountain West Realty.

This coming weekend the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum will have their annual Fall Gathering, which is their main fundraiser for the year for their endowment fund.
During the gathering they will be drawing for three items donated to help with the fundraiser.

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Wyoming residents may expect an increase in gas prices soon, as Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. has filed a natural gas rate increase request with the Wyoming Public Service Commission this week. The company has requested an overall increase in revenues of 4.13 percent.

A reception for two college professors bringing their art to the local audience through an exhibit will be held over the weekend. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

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