The local hospital in Sheridan was able to stay open Friday, when the storm knocked out power to more than 3,000 people.
Area ranchers reported some concerns in the wake of Friday's storm, but were grateful for the moisture as Sheridan County heads into winter.
Pickups and trailers loaded with fallen trees, limbs and other debris lined the road to Sheridan's landfill over the weekend and continued Monday, as city residents tackled the job of cleanup.
Sheridan leaders learned city staff worked overtime during the recent winter storm event and calls to public works have gone from 50 a week down to two because of the city's new utilities web viewer.
Many isolated areas throughout the county are still without power, even though it's now four days after an early winter storm's snow-laden trees downed lines.
The Friday night fire we reported on earlier kept fire fighters on scene for hours and has left the house unlivable, for now.
Well-traveled musician, singer, recording artist and folklorist Sara Grey will be in concert tonight (October 8th) at 7 o'clock at the Buffalo High School Auditorium, presented by the Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council.
The end of the month report for the Buffalo Police Department was given to the city council at their last meeting by Mayor Randy Dyess, due to Police Chief Jason Carder having a previous commitment.
At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners heard their annual report from the county's representative to the Buffalo Trails Board, Mary Folks.
After 33 years of one cold case and 16 years for the other, it has always been easy to believe that some unsolved disappearances will just never be explained.