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Construction is under way and on time at the new agricultural facility at Sheridan College.

The Sheridan County Museum officially started summer hours on Wednesday, according to Director John Woodward.

Buffalo's City Council approved a number of requests from the Chamber of Commerce for the upcoming Longmire Days celebration later this summer.

The annual Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Wild Bunch Luau will be happening this Saturday at the Cowboy Carousel Center in Buffalo.

The 33rd Annual Buffalo Lions Club Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby, which wrapped up on Memorial Day Monday, was a success again this year, according to Lions Club President Adam Teeten, who said everyone participating seemed to have fun with no major problems reported during the derby.

New charges have been filed against Michael Johnson, a former employee of a Buffalo newspaper, stemming from an investigation that uncovered new evidence against him which resulted in the filing of additional charges and the scheduling of a preliminary hearing next week.

Alyssa Magestro received a pretty sweet graduation present thanks to Prime Rate Motors of Sheridan. During the Project Graduation party for Sheridan High School, Magestro was the lucky student to win the 2004 Ford Taurus that Prime Rate donated for the event.

The Memorial Day observances in Buffalo were highlighted by an address given by Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon of Buffalo, who returned home for the weekend to help remember those that have died serving in the armed forces of the United States.

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