No Injuries Reported in Johnson County Flash Flooding

No injuries have been reported due to the flash flooding in Johnson County over the Memorial Day weekend, even though the rain caused record flooding of the Powder River.

Buffalo is Moving Forward With Sign Ordinance After Public Comment

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A portion of the survey results. The full PDF can be viewed in an attachment below. (Courtesy of City of Buffalo)

The City of Buffalo is carefully moving forward with writing a new sign ordinance, while taking into account community concerns, according to city planner Lynn Barrett.

Johnson County Library’s Teen Reading Program Coming Up

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The Johnson County Library is gearing up for its Teen Summer Reading program. “Escape the Ordinary” will be held in June at the library located in Buffalo.

Lion’s Club Fishing Derby Turnout Affected By Weather

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The Annual Lion’s Club fishing Derby held over the Memorial Day weekend was affected by the inclement weather, according to club member Smoky Wildeman.

A Look Back in Time: May 28, 1915

Memorial Day will be observed Monday with fitting ceremonies in Sheridan, under direction of the John Schuler Post 67 of the Grand Army of the Republic.

UPDATE: River Falling at Arvada

The Powder River at Arvada was starting to fall Wednesday night, according to Sheridan County's emergency management coordinator.

Powder River Overflows Banks in Arvada, Sussex, Kaycee

The Powder River is overflowing its banks in several areas of both Johnson and Sheridan counties. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Good Luck and Godspeed to All our Grads This Spring

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Bill Sniffin

When I was in high school, it was easy to impress me. It did not take much for a teacher, parent, sibling, friend or newsmaker to convince me about certain facts in the world.

UPDATE: No Problems Reported From Arvada

The Powder River was running at 10 feet in the Arvada area on Wednesday morning, and was expected to rise another foot or two before cresting in the afternoon.

Governor Disappointed in EPA Rule

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead said he’s disappointed in the EPA administrator’s decision to sign the Waters of the United States Rule.