Johnson County

Work on Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square revitalization project has finally begun, with equipment moving into the area of downtown to begin the process of constructing a band shell/restroom facility, a gateway arch, murals and other amenities in the city-owned property to attract visitors and make the area more user-friendly.

Friday's 5pm deadline to file to run for public offices in the City of Buffalo or in Johnson County has come and gone, and we now have the final list of who filed.

A drama series written by a local author will premiere on A&E tonight at 8:00 p.m. The Longmire Series is based off books written by Craig Johnson, and the story takes place in Absaroka County, which is nestled between Sheridan and Johnson Counties, but closer to the Montana border.

Fremont County is balking at paying legal fees for a group of American Indians whose court challenge forced the county to abandon its system of at-large voting for commissioners.

Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library's used equipment sale started off with a bang yesterday morning.

Today is Free Fishing Day, statewide. Game and Fish Information Officer, Warren Mischke, explains why.

Several local areas have been freshly stocked for the occasion, and residents and non-residents don't need a license to wet their lines.

The Wyoming Highway Patrol confirmed Friday that a rollover that occurred on I-25 16 miles north of Kaycee killed one and injured three others.

The 29th Annual Buffalo Triathlon, presented by the Johnson County Family YMCA, will begin this afternoon and continue through Saturday.

The event consists of a ½ mile swim, a 14 mile bike ride and a 4.2 mile run, either held at or starting and finishing at the YMCA.

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