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Buffalo Habitat Plans Garage Sale

Organizers say mark your calendars for next week's annual garage sale put on by the Buffalo Chapter of Habitat For Humanity.

“Buy So We Can Build” is the slogan they live by with all proceeds from the event going to help build affordable housing in the community.

Woman Fined $20K for Poaching

A woman from Gillette has been fined nearly $20,000 and is losing her hunting license for killing elk illegally on two separate occasions in Johnson County.

Wildlife Department Wants Wardens

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is looking for game wardens, but need a specific breed who have a college degree, can endure rigorous training and be dedicated to a life working with not only wildlife, but people, too.

Jentel Presents Artists in Residence

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Tuesday night was the monthly presentation by the artists in residency at Jentel. Two writers and four visual artists from around the country spend a month in Jentel's Artists in Residency Program, allowing them time to further their creative endeavors.

A Look Back in Time: May 7, 1914

The volunteer firemen will hold drills twice a month, on the second and fourth Wednesday evenings. The drills are to allow the men to get acquainted with the fire apparatus and its handling.

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The Great Handrail Debate

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The Sheridan City Council this week heard an appeal from local homeowners regarding a handrail requirement for their steps to their front porch. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.

County Available Round the Clock for Inspections

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The topic of discussion at the latest sit down between the Sheridan County Commissioners and the Sheridan City Council focused on inspections for vehicle identification numbers and hull identification numbers for watercraft.

Buffalo Chamber Has Positive RMI Experience Again

Representatives of the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce traveled to Missoula, Montana last week to participate in the 2014 Rocky Mountain International (or RMI) Roundup.

Buffalo, the smallest town to do so, hosted the 2012 RMI Roundup.

Johnson County Re-Works Planning and Zoning Commission

Johnson County's Commissioners.

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their Tuesday meeting, accepted the resignation of Dave Spencer from the Planning and Zoning Commission.
They also officially accepted the resignation of Margaret Smith-Braniff from the commission.

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