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It's a “Short Notice Art Show” at Kendrick Mansion

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As part of the 100th anniversary celebration of Kendrick Mansion coming up next weekend, Sunday marked the beginning of a week of public voting for the People's Choice Award for the art show called the “Short Notice Art Show.”

JCSD1 Board Gets School Construction Updates

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, at their last meeting, heard an update on the various construction projects at the various schools in Buffalo from District Business Manager Matt Ramey.

Johnson County YMCA Denied Rec Mill For New Facility

Johnson County Family YMCA

The Johnson County Family YMCA had issued a request to the Johnson County Commissioners to consider adding a Recreation Mill for them to help fund a new facility to replace the current aging YMCA building.

Buffalo City Council Discusses Possible Dog Park

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, heard a suggestion from Priscilla Welles with the Vision Buffalo Commission to establish a dog park in the city.

The VBC says there are a number of people in the city that are supportive of one somewhere.

McCain Supports Mike Enzi in Race Over Liz Cheney

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Arizona Sen. John McCain threw his support behind Wyoming Sen. Mike Enzi in his primary race against fellow Republican Liz Cheney.

Animal Deaths at Frontier Days Draw Ire

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Cheyenne Frontier Days has drawn the ire of an animal rights group after a steer died and a calf sustained a back injury during roping contests last week. Another steer suffered a broken leg and was euthanized.

Sheridan Media Week in Review

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We begin our look back at some of the top stories of this past week with the announcement that MobileHealthWare of Sheridan received a 1st place award by a panel of health care information technology experts for their innovative mobile software application.

The Snow Leopard's Tale

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Sheridan author Tom McIntyre recently published a book called “The Snow Leopard’s Tale.” Wyoming Public Radio’s Willow Belden reports.

Arts, Crafts, Food Saturday In Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square

This weekend is “the calm before the storm” so to speak, the week between the Big Horn Mountain Festival and the Johnson County Fair and Rodeo, and there wasn't much scheduled to do.

Lubnau Appoints House Panel to Investigate Hill

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GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) - House Speaker Tom Lubnau has appointed the House Rules and Procedures Committee to investigate Superintendent Cindy Hill's management of the state Education Department over the last two years.

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