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Family Donates Tongue River Conservation Easement

Sheridan County residents Mike and Vicky McMeans have cleared the way for the county's first conservation subdivision in a move that also protects more than half a mile of the Tongue River.

AARP Offers Tax Assistance

The AARP will offer assistance again this year for seniors who need help in filing their federal income taxes.

Seniors Kick Off Year with Line Dancing

Line dancing starts at 1:30 every Thursday afternoon at the center, and it's free to anyone. Mary Lee Stopka, who leads the dancing, said this is the 14th year she's led the sessions.

First Baby of New Year is a Boy

It's a boy! Wyatt Lee Powell is the first baby of the New Year in Sheridan County.

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Top Johnson County Stories of 2013: October-December

This week we are looking back at the top stories of 2013 that happened in Johnson County.

Today we will look at the stories from October through December of 2013.

Third Longmire Days Set, Needs Volunteers

NOTE: The dates for this year's Longmire Days, July 18-20 are still TENTATIVE dates, according to the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce. Sorry for the confusion.

The third annual Longmire Days has tentatively been set and now the work begins to get all the plans made, logistics worked out and to accomplish all the hundreds of little things that need to be done that add up to one giant fun weekend with the cast of Buffalo's favorite television show.

New City Planner Gives Update On Tasks

Buffalo's new city planner Lynn Barrett gave her report to the city council at their last meeting, updating them on the tasks she is working on while settling into her new position.

Sheridan Mayor Discusses Past and Future Projects

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During his monthly visit on K-R-O-E'S Public Pulse program, Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey discussed several of the highlights regarding city projects over the past twelve months.

Governor Welcomes Magpul to Wyoming

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Citing newly enacted gun laws, Magpul Industries, one of the country's biggest gun magazine producers, has announced that they are leaving Colorado and moving their manufacturing, distribution and operations to Cheyenne.

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