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Alcohol Use Suspected in Fatal Crash

Alcohol use is being investigated as a contributing factor in the first highway fatality in Wyoming in 2017.

Safe Winter Recreation Tips

With the snow comes the opportunity for outdoor winter recreation. According to Susie Douglas, Bighorn National Forest Public Affairs Specialist, there are steps you should take to make sure your trip is safe.

Dates For Longmire Days 2017 Announced

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and author Craig Johnson have announced the dates for the annual Longmire Days celebration to be held once again this summer in Buffalo.

The sixth annual event is scheduled for Friday July 7th, Saturday July 8th, and Sunday July 9th.

Wyoming News Update

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Real Estate Purchase Won't Affect Practice

Sheridan Memorial Hospital's purchase of Dr. Michael Strahan's interest in the Medical Arts Building will not affect Dr. Strahan's practice.

Kinner: Financial Crisis Looms in Education

A major goal of the Legislature this year will be to solve the looming financial crisis in education.

Madden Discusses Legislative 'Budget Challenges'

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo is currently in Cheyenne attending this year's Legislative Session, and will be giving us updates periodically while there.

Buffalo Resident Seeks Permission to Burn In City Limits

A Buffalo resident has approached the city council for permission to burn piles of brush and other natural debris cleared from his lands within the city limits, which is normally not allowed in the city.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 13, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Jan. 13, 1917.

Child Development Center Explains Services They Provide

The Buffalo Child Development Center gave a year-end report to the Johnson County Commissioners, outlining what the center does and plans they have for the coming year.

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