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U.S. Senator Brings Ice Cream Social Tour to Sheridan, Buffalo

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Coutesy Photo)

Over the next month, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, and his wife Diana, will be traveling around the state to host ice cream socials, something that has been part of the Senator's campaign tradition for a number of years.

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Buffalo Chamber Looking For Longmire Feedback

Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

Longmire Days may have come and gone, but the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is interested in hearing local feedback on how the event went. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Roane Creek Fire Contained

Officials with the Big Horn National Forest have released the final report on the Roane Creek Fire, located about two-and-a-half miles south of U.S. Highway 14A in the Pete's Hole Area near Lovell.

Bail Modified in Weapons Charge

Circuit Court Judge Shelley Cundiff modified the bond of a Sheridan man charged with a weapons violation, so he and his wife can travel to Texas next month.

Johnson County Fair Exhibit Hall Open

Enjoying the free ice cream at the Exhibit Hall opening. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff

The Johnson County Fair and Rodeo kicked off Sunday, but today marked the opening of the Exhibit Hall to the public.

Coffeen Cornerstone Dedication Set

Sheridan Mason Sandy Baird with Masonic trowel, to be buried in the time capsule at Coffeen School (Photo by Pat Blair)

Donations from the new Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School, an American flag, Wyoming flag and Masonic apron are among items that will be buried in a time capsule on Aug. 9 when the school cornerstone is dedicated.

Clearmont Mayor Wants Plan

Clearmont Mayor Chris Schock (Photo by Pat Blair)

Clearmont is starting to seek bids for an engineering firm to help the small town plan for the future.

Citation Issued for Fire Violation

A man was cited in Story for violating the county fire ban.

County To Seek Meeting On Proposed Gravel Pit

Johnson County's Commissioners.

Johnson County residents and officials have spoken out on a proposed gravel pit that will be located off of French Creek Road northwest of Buffalo.