Retirement Bill Dies

A bill that would have increased state worker retirement contributions has died after lawmakers were unable to find a compromise on the two versions that passed the House and Senate earlier in the session.

Blood Drive Starts Today

United Blood Services is kicking off a three-day blood drive at the Best Western Sheridan Center Ballroom. Mike Frigon, a blood donor recruiter, says this week's drive is being held to accommodate special needs of the season.

The Bare Necessities

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Wayne Gray giving a pruning lesson.

Landon's Greenhouse and Nursery is once again, hosting their fun and free workshops to help those 'green thumbs' out there become more successful. Saturday it was all about “The Basics of Planting Bare Root Trees and Shrubs,” led by former nursery manager Wayne Gray.

Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser

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A blustery snow storm didn't hinder the 75-plus core supporters from showing up at the “Homes, Community, and Hope Fundraiser.” The major fundraiser of the year for Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Big Horns, Executive Director Matt Davis...


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The Ucross Foundation Art Gallery held an artist's reception Saturday for Sara Mast of Bozeman. Called “Soundings,” the show explores the depths of Sara's father's life.

The Poll Question of the Week

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We voted for them, our legislators representing us in Cheyenne. Now, it's time to give them a job appraisal.

Free Yoga and Meditation Day Saturday

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Saturday, Santosha Yoga sponsored a free yoga and meditation day to expose people to this form of exercise. Tracey Burke tells us what yoga is.

There are many benefits to yoga.

Buffalo Council Approves Release Of Retainage Funds

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council approved a request from Barnum Construction to release to them all but a small percentage of their funds held in a retainage account from the 18-inch water line project west of town.

BHS Forensics Tournament Draws Hundreds To Buffalo

This past Friday and Saturday, Buffalo High School hosted their annual Buffalo Master's Tournament, drawing Forensics and Speech participants from all over the region to participate.

Johnson County May See Reductions In Utility Bills

If the Johnson County Commissioners choose to use a company's expertise, they may see reductions in their utility bills in the near future.