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July 20th, 2014

Mayor's Candidate Forum Features Incumbent Only

The weekly Candidate Forums at the Buffalo Farmer's Market continued last Wednesday with the candidates for city council speaking to the voters in Johnson County.
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Building Inspector Discusses Grass, Weed Problems

Buffalo's Building Inspector Toby Rhoades, again discussed grass and weed issues with them, saying he had contacted many landowners about getting their properties mowed and cleaned up.

Robert Taylor and Craig Johnson Q & A

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Actor Robert Taylor who portrays Walt Longmire on the hit A & E series "Longmire" and Craig Johnson, the author who started it all with his series sat down at the Johnson County Public Library and answered questions from the audience. Photos by Hannah Stepenoff.

Children Show Off Their "Longmire" Acting

A new addition to the Third Annual Longmire Days held in Buffalo, a children's show directed by Louanne Stephens, brought over 20 young actors together to create their very own episode of the series.

Cady Meets Cady

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Cassidy Freeman, the actress who portrays Cady Longmire on the A&E series "Longmire" meets up with the young lady who played her in the children's show Saturday evening. Photo By Hannah Stepenoff.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Temporary Closure of Two Railroad Crossings

The Wyoming Department of Transportation have announced that crews with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway will be working on two railroad crossings on Highway 336, Wyarno Road beginning Tuesday morning at 7.

July 19th

Hospital Schedules Blood Drive

Memorial Hospital is in critical need of O-minus and O-postive blood types.

A Look Back in Time: July 20, 1914

Examinations for teachers' certificates will be at the Sheridan County Courthouse on July 24 and 25.

Fair Came Before Statehood

Wyoming was still a territory, and Sheridan County was still part of Johnson County when the first fair was organized in Big Horn in 1885.