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November 3rd, 2015

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Buffalo Council Approves Tap Fee Waiver For County

The Buffalo City Council considered a request from the Johnson County Commissioners to waive the water and sewer tap fees and provide water to a county-owned former residence that is currently being converted to office space for the county.

County Approves, Signs $3 Million Loan Paperwork For JCHC

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their Tuesday meeting, approved Commissioner Bill Novotny, sitting in for absent Chairman Jim Hicks, to sign the paperwork approving the county's loan to the Johnson County Hospital Board of Trustees.

Annual Johnson County Library Benefit A 'Good Knight Gala'

The annual Johnson County Library's benefit Auction fundraiser will be this Friday, November 6th at the library in Buffalo, and this year's theme is a “Good Knight Gala,” set in Renaissance Europe.

Arrest Made in Weekend Shooting Incident

Following a three day cooperative investigation by the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office, Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation, Sheridan Police Department and the Wyoming Highway Patrol, 49-year-old Big Horn resident Todd Faass was arrested today in relation to the Saturday night shooting on Highway 335 near Big Horn.

Class Offers Tools to Stave Off Depression

A free class being offered tonight and tomorrow offers tools to stave off depression. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Museum Gala Features Simpson Brothers

An Evening with the Simpson Brothers, as in U.S. Senator Alan and his brother University of Wyoming Vice President Emeritus Peter are booked for the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum’s fundraising gala coming up in January.

Dancing to be Allowed in Library

Dancing will be allowed in the local library, but just for a night. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Sheridan High School Receives National Honors

Sheridan High School has once again received national recognition for academic success.

County Extends Deadline for Detention Agreement

The deadline for Sheridan County and city officials to reach an agreement for detention of municipal prisoners has been extended to Dec. 31.