Johnson County

Hunting and fishing have been a way of life for the people of Wyoming since before statehood was established.

Buffalo had Veterans Day Observances on Sunday, November 11, beginning with the American Legion Powder River Post No. 13's pancake breakfast followed by the Veterans Day Program downtown and the open house and Flag Retirement Ceremonies later in the day.

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, considered a request from the Buffalo R-C Club to lease city land to them that they have already been approved to use to fly their radio-controlled airplanes.

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their last meeting, decided to wait and table a decision on who to award a maintenance contract to for providing service to both the existing justice center and the recently-completed judicial center.

Although the winter weather advisory was cancelled earlier than expected yesterday, the remnants of our first blast of winter weather this season are still lingering. Most of the roads are still slick with ice from Saturday's storm, so please be careful out there.

Let Er' Buck Car Wash in Sheridan is offering a free car wash to veterans today to honor those who are serving or have served in the armed forces. Spencer, Reid, manager, said they're going all-out.

The Cheyenne police chief is apologizing for failing to help a woman who said a man tried to break into her car with her child inside.

Police Chief Brian Kozak met with the woman and apologized for the department's response time on Sunday. He said it won't happen again.

In a media release, U.S. Senator John Barrasso spoke out against the Obama Administration’s decision to move forward with a plan to make massive cuts in the acreage available for oil shale development in Wyoming, Colorado and Utah.

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