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Buffalo's 'Longmire Days' Gets Underway

The cast of Longmire, from left: Bailey Chase, Katee Sackhoff, Robert Taylor, Adam Bentley, and Cassidy Freeman at the second annual Longmire Days in Buffalo in 2013. Photo by Aaron Palmer.

The third annual Longmire Days celebration in Buffalo that gets underway this weekend has grown from a local one-day event featuring the Longmire series author Craig Johnson to a larger two-day event with cast members of the show based on the books.

G&F Seeks Info on Poaching Incident

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information about an adult buck antelope shot and killed, south of Gillette.

Blood Drives in Sheridan County Next Week

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United Blood Services is experiencing a shortage. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

District 2 Adopts Budget

Sheridan County School District 2 adopted a budget of just under $72.6 million for the year that started on July 1.

Council Tables Dog Restriction Ordinance

Buffalo's City Council, after some discussions and reading of letters from the public on the matter, chose to table the third and final reading of the Ordinance that would give them authority to ban dogs from certain municipal areas.

Johnson County Passes FY2014-15 Budget

Johnson County's Commissioners.

During their regular meeting this week, the Johnson County Commissioners passed their final budget for Fiscal Year 2014-15.

Arraignment Set on Pharmacy Burglary

The man charged with burglarizing Hospital Pharmacy West last year will be arraigned in district court in Sheridan next month.

Story Fish Hatchery Focus of Talk

Infant trout from the Story Fish Hatchery. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The fish hatchery in Story was the topic of this week's Wyoming Wednesday at Sheridan's Fifth Street Information Center.

Commission Candidates Face-Off Live

Four candidates are running for one of the three seats open on the five-member Sheridan County Commission.

Burritt Street Project Timeline Pushed

At the Johnson County School District board meeting on Monday, Business manager Matt Ramey said that the Burritt Street Project is behind schedule, and though it was anticipated that it would be done before the school year begins, the project is now estimated to be completed on October 5.