Buffalo's Monster March happened Halloween afternoon as more than 800 kids dressed as ghosts, goblins, superheroes and princesses paraded through downtown trick-or-treating and showing off their costumes.

Jonson County's selection committee has awarded the contract for planning of the South Bypass Trail to Nelson Engineering of Buffalo.

Johnson County Road and Bridge reported to the county commissioners that they had received a preliminary contract from the Wyomng Game and Fish Commission for a dredging project at Lake DeSmet.

Dining for a Cause got off to a strong start Monday, according to Dave Youngren, manager of Frackelton's restaurant which is the site of the event.

From snowshoes to backpacks Sheridan’s Coffeen Elementary school was packed with outdoor recreation gear as the Antelope Butte Foundation hosted their 1st Annual Ski and Gear Swap on Saturday.

The annual Halloween tradition in Buffalo, the Monster March, will be this afternoon downtown.

Cheryl Sodergren was among the hundreds of people who went through the Boy Scouts' Haunted House this weekend, and she had a good time.

The steady rain and change of location didn’t dampen the spirits of pet owners as they took part in the 16th annual Pet-O-Ween, a pet costume contest. Animals of all sizes, colors and shapes turned out including dogs, cats, horses, and even a few rabbits and guinea pigs.

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