Longmire Events Kick Off Today In Buffalo

Upwards of 15,000 fans of the Longmire series of books and the television series are expected this weekend in Buffalo to celebrate the sixth annual Longmire Days events, which begin today and continue through Sunday.

Johnson County Accepts Grant For Health Officer

Johnson County's Commissioners reviewed and then voted to accept a grant from the Wyoming Department of Health for funding for the county health officer.

Big Horn Mountain Music Festival Opens Today

The 13th annual Big Horn Mountain Music Festival will open today and will wrap its three-day run on Sunday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

Increase Reported in Black Bear Activity

Black bear activity is reported on the increase in Sheridan and Johnson counties.

Registration for Wyoming Senior Olympics Ends July 19th

Registration for the 2017 Wyoming Senior Olympics in Laramie is now open. Board Member and a competitor in previous year’s games Roger Wilson, said that the competition is held over a three day period.

Monday at the Museum to Feature Hydrogeologist Carrie Steinhorst

On Monday, the Sheridan County Museum will host Hydrogeologist Carrie Steinhorst for this month’s Monday at the Museum.

Airport Professional Services Agreement Approved by County

A professional services consulting agreement between the Sheridan County Airport and Forecast, Inc, was approved Wednesday by the Sheridan County Commissioners.

Commissioners Award Bid for County Road Project

The Sheridan County Commissioners met for their first regularly scheduled meeting of July Wednesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Big Horn Mountain Festival Coming To Buffalo This Weekend

The 13th annual Big Horn Mountain Festival, featuring acoustic, Americana, old-timey, Bluegrass and traditional music, will be in Buffalo this weekend, July 7th, 8th, and 9th at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

Buffalo Council Renews Contract With Animal Shelter

The St. Francis Animal Shelter's annual contract with the City of Buffalo was renewed by the city council at their meeting Wednesday evening.

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