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Buffalo Chamber Luncheon Features Empowerment

This month's Buffalo Chamber Luncheon had everything a good action flick should have...fighting, yelling, hitting, kicking and plenty of, well...action.

Relay For Life Events This Weekend in Buffalo

The American Cancer Society's Relay For Life of Johnson County will be happening this Friday and Saturday at the Buffalo High School track.

Chamber Visitor's Center to Host BAH Thursday

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will host a Business After Hours event at their newly-refurbished Visitor's Center on Highway 16 East near the I-90 interchange.

NEWY to Host Lawmakers for Energy, Tourism Tour

The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders, or NEWY, will give a tour of Northeast Wyoming for lawmakers from Washington, D.C. later this summer to showcase both the energy and tourism industries.

Governor Mead Requests Presidential Disaster Declaration

Following dozens of landslides, record snowpack and extraordinary river flows, Governor Matt Mead has asked President Obama for a Presidential Disaster Declaration.

Flash Flood Warning In Effect For Johnson County

A Flash Flood Warning for west central Johnson County has been extended to 5:00 am Wednesday

Chamber Luncheon Wednesday, Board Elections Coming Up

The Sheridan Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon is at 11:30 am Wednesday, and this month only it will be held at the Historic Sheridan Inn. Executive Director for the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce, Dixie Johnson, talked about the luncheon.

Districts 1, 2 Pleased with PAWS Results

Statewide PAWS results were released last week, and Sheridan County districts 1 and 2 both saw averages in math, reading, and writing above state levels.

Women's Self-Defense Course this week in Buffalo

Empower Wyoming will be presenting a self-defense course for women this week in Buffalo, with the help of some highly-trained and experienced instructors from Los Angeles.

Big Horn Mountain Fest Draws Hundreds to Buffalo

The Seventh Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival took place in Buffalo over the weekend, drawing an estimated 1,500 people from all over the country to enjoy the three-day music celebration.

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