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The annual Vespers Service will be this Sunday, December 19th at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Buffalo.
The service will begin at 5 pm, but at 4:30 there will be an organ prelude to welcome everyone.

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce has a new Executive Director, as the Board this week made their decision final. Chamber Board President Ryan Franklin explains who the new Director will be.

Hunters and anglers are reminded that 2010 licenses
expire Friday, Dec. 31.
The 2011 hunting, fishing and trapping licenses and conservation stamps are available at local license selling agents or online at: https://gf.state.wy.us .

Author Anna Moss recently published a book entitled Relationship Red Flags. She was host Kim Love's guest on Public Pulse Tuesday to discuss the book and her experience, on which the book was based. As background, she said.

Tuesday, December 21st, is the 144th anniversary of the Fetterman Battle, and as has been the custom at Fort Phil Kearny / Fetterman Battlefield, a public tour is taking place. Site Curator, Sonny Reisch gives us the details.

The Johnson County Commission, acting as the County Board of Equalization, on Wednesday voted to reject a formal proposal from Sand Creek Ranch that could have resolved a more than 2 and a half year-old stalemate between the two entities on land tax assessments on the ranch property. Aaron Palmer has the story from Buffalo.

Time is running out to nominate a teacher for the Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards, as the nominations must be postmarked by January 10, 2011.

A half-million dollars in federal money is on its way to the Shoshone National Forest, and the “strings attached” mean locals need to pipe up about how the money is spent. That reliance on local input is unusual for such federal spending.

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