U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming delivered an address on the Senate floor Wednesday regarding the Obama administration's recent announcement of a deal with Canada to cut methane emissions from oil and gas production facilities.

Buffalo's City Council awarded a retail liquor license to Clear Creek Brewing Company, after holding a public hearing on the matter where the only public comment was in favor of them receiving the license.

The State Of The County Address was given in a luncheon hosted by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, and speaking on behalf of the county commission, Chairman Bill Novotny said the county will be facing having less funding in the near future, but the commissioners themselves are optimistic things will be fine in the long run.

Patrollers with the Bighorn National Forest have documented damage to the forest caused by snowmobilers. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Update 9:00am Tuesday. $11,308.94 was raised Monday Evening.
Frackelton's was a busy place Monday as people came for lunch, dinner and a chance to support Sheridan's Fulmer Public Library.

Area residents put on their best green outfits and headed for Kendrick Park Saturday morning for the 11th annual “Run 'Til You're Green” Fun Run.

People began arriving at 2:30, half an hour early for this year's 4-H Carnival and Chili Supper, and 4-H Educator Liz Shaffer said it was exciting to see the community's support for 4-H members.

The annual Johnson County Health Fair is only one of many held throughout the state each year, but is one of the biggest and most well-attended, according to organizers and US Senator Dr. John Barrasso, who makes it a point to stop every year in Buffalo.

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