The annual Toys for Tots campaign has started in Sheridan. Coordinator Tina McDougall said parents are registering, and donations of toys are being accepted at the program headquarters at 151 West Brundage Street.
Fans of the “Longmire” television show that was canceled at the end of last season are celebrating today because the popular series has been picked up by another network. Leslie Stratmoen has the update.
Rande Money, with the Lake DeSmet Operations Department, updated the Lake DeSmet Advisory Board on the recent release of water, the current level in the reservoir, and the plan for upcoming repairs to be made to the south dike.
The Johnson County Family YMCA was the featured organization at this month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, and Director Mike Quast spoke about the “Y,” its mission, focus, and how it serves the community.
John Gibbs, representing Northern Plains Investments, came before the Buffalo City Council at this week's meeting to request approval of a water tap on the NW Water Line, to service property owned by the company on North Main Street.
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