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July 16th, 2015

Billiards Part of Senior Olympics

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A steady hand, a keen eye, and a sharp mind are needed to figure out the angles, to be good at billiards. Thursday was the beginning of the billiards competition for the Senior Olympics taking in Sheridan.

Montana Shakespeare in the Park Returns

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Making quality, live theatrical presentations available to smaller communities, free of charge, the Montana Shakespeare in the Parks returned to Sheridan Thursday night.

Recreation District Adopts Budget

The Sheridan Recreation District adopted a budget of just over $1.2 million for the fiscal year that started on July 1.

Longmire Days Starts Today

The long-awaited Longmire Days community celebration in downtown Buffalo starts today with a parade, followed by a screening of the “Longmire” TV show and talk with the actors.

Senior Olympics Events Continue

Registration will be from 6 until 6 Friday at at the Senior Center on Smith Street for this year’s Wyoming Senior Olympics.

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Day Two Of Buffalo's Longmire Days Packed Full Of Events

Saturday, July 18th is day two of Longmire Days in Buffalo, and there are events packed into that day as well.

B&G Club, Kaycee Make Last Minute Plea For More Funds

Officials from the Boys and Girls Club of the Bighorns and the Town of Kaycee came before the Johnson County Commissioners at their special meeting Wednesday to make a last-minute plea for more funding for the programs before the commission finalized its budget for the year.

Governor Mead In Buffalo To Start Cowboy Tough Race

Governor Matt Mead was in Buffalo Thursday morning to start the
Cameco Cowboy Tough Adventure Race presented by Rev 3 Adventures. The race began in Buffalo at 9am and will finish Sunday in Casper.

Longmire Days Wraps Up Sunday

Buffalo's fourth annual Longmire Days celebration will conclude its three-day run on Sunday with another full day of events.