Ranchester

Organizers are hoping this will become an annual event, and after Saturday's first ever Buffalo Going Green Day, they are calling it a success.

Around Wyoming this week, the National Weather Service and emergency agencies are taking part in Severe Weather Awareness Week, with each day focusing on a different theme.

Legal research, advice and investigations can cost a pretty penny, but for military veterans and their families connected to the University of Wyoming – the price is “free.”

Yellowstone National Park indicated that heavy early season snowfall that continued through the season is believed to be responsible for the drop in winter visitation in the park.

For the third year, Tongue River High School and the Ranchester Community Church are teaming up for their version of an Empty Bowl fundraiser, to be held next Tuesday in Dayton.

According to preliminary reports by the Bureau of Reclamation, higher than normal snowpack levels in the Medicine Bow National Forest and other Wyoming mountain ranges indicate that a second year of flooding at Glendo State Park is likely.

Buffalo's Going Green Day, an Earth/Arbor Day celebration, will take place Saturday, April 16 in downtown Buffalo.

The Sheridan County Friends of the Library will be hosting their annual Spring Author's Reception this evening at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library.

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