Police Chief Gives Monthly Report to Buffalo City Council

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his monthly report to the city council at their last meeting, saying there were 1,346 incidents handled by his officers during the month of May.

Snakebite Savvy Saves Dogs

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It looks like summer weather is finally here to stay, and while outdoor enthusiasts in the Tongue River Basin are glad to get out and about, the threat of rattlesnakes is in the back of any recreator's mind.

Rural Kids Get Less Food Assistance

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(photo courtesy of Wyoming News Service)

A new national report shows less than one fifth of children who qualify for free or reduced school lunches have access to a comparable nutrition program when school is out for the summer.

Parkfit Season Starts Now

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The Wellness Council of Sheridan County is bringing back free workout sessions during lunchtime to encourage the community to get and stay in shape.

Park 2 Park Traverses Sheridan Pathways

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A few hundred of Sheridan's park and pathway enthusiasts met up to travel one of the longest routes on the town's pathway system for this year's Park 2 Park event.

Art Jubilee to Take Place in Sheridan

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The Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan will be putting on the first ever Art Jubilee in Sheridan June 20th through the 30th.

Basketballers Converge On Buffalo For Battle On The Blacktop

The eighth annual Battle On The Blacktop 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament was held over the weekend, with boys' and girls' basketball players from third grade through adult competing in Buffalo.

City Council Amends Capitalization Policy

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, approved Resolution No. 1342, making changes to the city's capitalization policy.

Buffalo Chamber Luau Fun For Those Attending

Emcee Frank Anderson entertains the crowd during the 11th annual Wild Bunch Luau.

The 11th Annual Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Wild Bunch Luau was Saturday night at the Johnson County Fairgrounds, and if fun is a measure of success, then those attending had a blast and it was again a success.

This Week's Poll Question

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It takes time and money to recycle. There's the sorting and then the travel to recycling stations across town. Are we willing to pay a little more?