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Buffalo Council Passes Dog Ordinance On Second Read

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, passed on second reading Ordinance No. 1372, which gives them authority to ban dogs from certain areas of the city.

Gatchell Board Gives Info To County Justifying Raises

Jim Gatchell Museum

At the request of the Johnson County Commissioners, board members from the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum presented additional information to try to convince the commissioners that staff at the museum deserved significant increases in salary.

Summerfest Hits Crazy Woman Square For Two Weekends

Rob Yingling

The second annual Summerfest Arts and Crafts event will be happening the next two Saturdays, July 5th and July 12th at Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo.

Permit for Local Outfitter Open For Comment

Owner of Seven J Outfitters Jeff Smith has applied for a ten-year term special use permit for hunting and other land uses with the Big Horn National Forest's Powder River District, located in the Buffalo area.

Investigation Shows Shooting Was Accidental

Sgt. Mike Gale with the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office. (Photo by Ron Richter)

No charges are expected to be filed in the shooting incident that occurred on a ranch in northern Sheridan County last Thursday, where an 11-year-old boy was life flighted to a Billings hospital after he was shot in the head.

Smoke Filled Skies

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Monday's wind that we experienced in northeast Wyoming is just part of the cause of the smoke filled skies over the region.

Eleven Candidates File for Senate Seat

UPDATED WITH CANDIDATE LIST- Eleven candidates, three from Sheridan County and eight from Johnson, have filed for the state senate seat left vacant by the death of Sen. John Schiffer. The three from Sheridan County are Dave Kinskey, Steve Cox and Toby Vineyard. The eight candidates from Johnson County are Delbert Eitel, Jim Gampetro, Angela Jarvis, Lisa Keeler, Erin Mercer, Rick Pallister, Jack Tarter and Ryan Wright.

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Secretary of State Candidate Visits Sheridan

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Secretary of State Candidate Ed Murray, right, and his wife Caren, stop for a picture outside Sheridan City Hall Monday. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Ed Murray, one of four candidates vying for the Republican nomination for the Secretary of State position, spent Monday in Sheridan.

Community Welcomes Back Retired Marine

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Gunnery Sgt. David Flannery is back home in Sheridan after retiring from the USMC. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Businesses around Sheridan have used their letter board signs to welcome home 34-year-old David Flannery, who recently retired as a Gunnery Sergeant with the United States Marine Corps.