Ranchester

The annual Polar Bear Plunge happened again as it traditionally does, New Year's Day at Lake DeSmet.

The Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board has a new Director/Chief Executive Officer.

Buffalo Author Steve Rzasa has completed and recently released his newest novel, a collaboration entitled “A Man Disrupted.”

He and co-author Vox Day released the book earlier this month through publisher Marcher Lord Press.

UPDATE (3:15pm) - The Wyoming Department of Transportation reopened Interstate 90 between Sheridan and Buffalo at approximately 1:30 pm.
Conditions are slick with limited visibility. Motorists are reminded to slow down and drive with caution.

UPDATE - A multiple vehicle crash at Piney Creek has resulted in the closure of Interstate 90 in both the east and west-bound lanes between Sheridan and Buffalo.

Emergency vehicles are still on the scene at this time.

This will be the 27th year, according to the organizers, that upwards of 100 to 125 hardy souls will brave snowy weather and icy waters in nothing but bathing suits to prove...well, only they know why they do it!

Rob Forister has been organizing the plunge for the last ten years.

Ranchester's town council has taken the first step in annexing a subdivision that will be home to the new Tongue River Elementary School.

Sheridan County School District 1 will get a new sign in Ranchester soon to let students, parents and area residents know about upcoming events.

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