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BHS Students Getting A European Experience

Sixteen students from Buffalo High School will be returning home this week after spending 12 days traveling through England, France and Spain.

Buffalo Council Approves Raises For Pool Employees

Buffalo's City Council at their last meeting approved increases in pay for city pool employees.

The Pool Board had approached the council earlier in the spring to request the raises for lifeguards and Pool Director Marcy Leis.

County Considers Change In Law Enforcement IT Services

Johnson County's Commissioners are looking into possibly changing the provider for IT (Information Technology) Services to the Law Enforcement Center.

I-90 Reopens, Between Buffalo, Gillette

UPDATE:I-90 and US 14/16 are now open.

America's Longest Highway Bisects Wyoming from Lusk to Yellowstone

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During a recent road trip through nine states, I stumbled on to an interesting factoid: the longest highway in America bisects Wyoming.

Artist Presents 'Wyoming Dialogues'

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An artist's reception was held for fifth-generation Wyomingite John Catterall at the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery Saturday afternoon. The show features paintings, etchings and screenprints that emphasize the rural Wyoming landscape and wildlife.

This Week's Poll Question

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Common Core Education Standards are learning goals that outline what a student should know and be able to do by the of each grade level to ensure that all students graduate with the skills necessary to succeed.

Gardener Says Don't Be Afraid of Shade

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Landon's Greenhouse held another of their informative workshops on Saturday. Rick Schmidt is Landon's Perennial Manager.

Firefighters Cook-Up Breakfast

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The smell of pancakes and sausage cooking was in the air of beautiful Big Horn Saturday morning. It was the annual Big Horn Volunteer Fire Department Pancake Breakfast. A fundraiser as well as a community open house Fire Chief Doug Enloe explains.

Local Council Receives Recreation Grant

The Johnson County Recreation District recently approved close to $840,000 in grant funds for many different city and county projects as well as local clubs and organizations.

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