Johnson County

The first Dining for a Cause event held Monday at Frackelton's restaurant in downtown Sheridan was a success, according to organizers, with more than $14,000 raised by night's end.

The organizers of a special hunting excursion for women only have announced that a special guest has joined the hunt. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

At their last meeting Johnson County's Commissioners discussed changes that were required to the permits for water at Lake DeSmet due to the lease agreement with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

Buffalo Police Sgt. Garth Nicholas, in place of absent Chief Jason Carder, gave the latest report to the city council, saying the department has finished training on the climbing wall the department acquired earlier this year from the Wyoming Army National Guard.

The Fall Gathering is the annual fundraiser for the museum, as they say a “celebration to help preserve the past for the future.”

A seminar series that focuses on mental health issues will begin in Sheridan this October. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

The main route to most of Buffalo's schools will finally be opening this week, after being closed a month longer than originally anticipated.

Horses from the Cowboy Carousel were given temporary new homes over the weekend in Buffalo, as Carousel Committee members delivered them to area businesses for display.

Arnette Tiller, with the Cowboy Carousel, explains why the horses are on display.

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