Springtime brings green grass, blooming flowers and trees and animal babies. But it also brings something from “the dark side” -- blood-sucking ticks.

As the Nation's debt grows ever closer to the legal limit of $14.3 trillion, lawmakers on Capitol Hill struggle to come up with a solution that both parties can agree on. U.S.

Sheridan College in Johnson County will host the latest in a series of Artists' Receptions this Thursday, May 5 at the campus in Buffalo. Featured this time are four local artists, all of whom teach art in the Johnson County School System.

The final snowpack report of the year for Wyoming was released Tuesday by the Natural Resources Conservation Service. The report indicates that for the 2011 water year, the Tongue River Basin is at 137% of normal for May 1st, and 247% of the May 1, 2010 totals.

Sheridan Media, in conjunction with the National Association of Broadcasters, is helping get the word out about disaster relief efforts for those affected by the hundreds of tornadoes that hit the southern and Midwestern region of the country during the month of April, particularly Tuscaloosa, Alaba

Sheridan College continues to add state-of-the art technology to their educational programs, and one of the most recent will greatly benefit nursing students.

Due to construction on various campsites at Buffalo Bill State Park in Cody, there will be a limited number of campsites available on the the reservation system.

The Buffalo Swim Club will have their annual duck race fundraiser Saturday morning, April 30.
The race will take place in Clear Creek in Buffalo beginning at 10am.
The ducks will be dumped into the creek in Washington Park and will finish downtown.

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