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April 7th, 2015

Locals Have Chance to Give Back At Upcoming Tebow Presentation

Local Christian ministry organization K-Life is hosting an event that will feature a presentation by Tim Tebow, professional football player and inspirational speaker, at Sheridan High School on April 15th.

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Buffalo Council Approves Fee Waiver Request From County

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, approved a fee waiver request from Johnson County's Commissioners for the county's library expansion project.

County Signs Agreement With WYDOT For Chip Sealing

Johnson County has signed an agreement with the Wyoming Department Of Transportation (WYDOT) to “piggy-back” some county roads onto WYDOT projects that will be done in 2016.

Planning Meeting For Longmire Days Today in Buffalo

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is inviting the community and especially potential volunteers to attend a special public meeting to go over ideas for the upcoming Longmire Days celebration.

A Look Back in Time: April 8, 1915

Early completion of the Lake DeSmet project has been assured by Verner Z. Reed, a Denver capitalist.

Tongue River Cave Opens Soon

Tongue River Cave, just outside of Dayton, in the Bighorn Mountains officially opens April 15th. Cheri (cherry) Jones, with the Big Horn Mountain Forest Service tells us what makes this such a popular spot with cavers.

Commission Approves Fire Plan, Library Phone System, Liquor and Fireworks Permits

The Sheridan County commissioners approved a change order this morning to add snow bars to upgrades of the Exhibit Hall at the county fairgrounds in Sheridan.

Athletes Gear-Up for Competition

Special Olympics athletes from the local area are gearing up for the state summer games by participating in competitions held in various communities throughout the state.

Swearing-In Ceremony for New Senator Set for Friday

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The swearing-in ceremony for Senator-Elect Brian Boner of Douglas who replaces Sen. Jim Anderson representing Converse and Platte counties will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 in the senate chambers of the capitol in Cheyenne. Administering the oath of office will be Chief Justice E. James Burke.