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The Poll Question of the Week

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It will soon be a week since the government shut down and next, the United States may begin defaulting on its bills unless the debt ceiling is raised. Who's at fault...President Obama, the Republicans, the Democrats or all three? Is there even room for any kind of compromise?

BHS Drama To Perform 'The Three Musketeers'

Buffalo High School's Drama Department will be performing their version of “The Three Musketeers” this Friday and Saturday at Buffalo High School.

First Winter Storm Creates Havoc In Buffalo Area

The first big snow storm to hit the area late last week had wide-spread and varying effects in Buffalo and Johnson County.

Buffalo Council Approves Pipeline Change

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook brought the first change order from the NW Water Pipeline project before the city council for their consideration at their last meeting.

Hook said the change order deals with some of the easement problems associated with the line, and he explained

Wyoming Court OKs Phone Approvals for DUI Testing

The Wyoming Supreme Court has endorsed a 2011 state law allowing judges to grant authority to police over the telephone to force motorists to submit to DUI testing.

College President Says Veterans Won't Be Forced Out

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The president of the state's university says no students who are veterans will be forced to drop out because of the federal government shutdown.

Government Shutdown Forces State Furloughs

In news coming from the governor's office, we've learned that 233 state employees will be furloughed Monday as part of the federal government shutdown.

Most State Roads Now Open

Most roads in the northeaster part of the state were re-opened by 6 last night, according to Ronda Holwell of the Wyoming Department of Transportation regional office in Sheridan.

Roads Cleared, Temperatures Rising

By the end of the day Saturday, all roads leading in and out of Sheridan were open, but still wet and slick in some spots.

Storm Wreaks Havoc, But No One Injured

Anyone driving through Sheridan Friday morning as the storm was dropping heavy, wet snow in some places up to a foot, could see what kind of toll the blizzard was taking on the town, just from the number of tree branches downed on houses, trees and cars.

SheridanWyoming.com