Habitat For Humanity of Johnson County will have their annual garage sale fundraiser this weekend at the fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Law enforcement officers with the Buffalo Police Department and Johnson County Sheriff's Office took area kids to Rapid City, South Dakota May 5th and 6th for their annual Drug Abuse Resistance Education, or D.A.R.E. trip.

Three former governors gave their views on the current energy bust affecting Wyoming during a program Saturday night that benefited the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum.

Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon said it's important for people to get a college education.

Pins were presented to 23 graduates of Sheridan College's dental hygiene program in recognition ceremonies at the college Saturday morning.

Twenty-nine associate degree nursing graduates received pins in a special ceremony at Sheridan College Saturday morning.

Around 150 cutting horse riders from seven or eight states and two places in Canada are in Sheridan this weekend for the second Showdown in Sheridan at the Sheridan College AgriPark.

The Sheridan City Council will hold two Public Hearings at their meeting on Monday night. According to Mayor Roger Miller, the first hearing will be on the recent Electronic Sign Ordinance.

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