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Kinskey at Chamber Luncheon: Time to Heal

The highlights from the 65th Wyoming Legislative session were shared by State Senator Dave Kinskey at the Buffalo Chamber luncheon on Wednesday. Kinskey spoke of the Wyoming Works bill, funding for water wells for the city’s alternative supply, and the VA’s Skilled Nursing facility coming to Buffalo. He praised local leaders for their efforts to...

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Madden To Participate in Boom & Bust Cycle Panel Thursday

Former District 40 State Representative Mike Madden will be part of a moderated panel sponsored by the University of Wyoming American Heritage Center’s (AHC) Simpson Institute for Western Politics. The event, scheduled for Thursday evening at 6:30pm, will be held at Laramie County Community College (LCCC) in Cheyenne is being billed as “Breaking the Boom...

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SCLT Breaks Ground on New ‘Hidden Hoot’ Trail

SHERIDAN, WY— The Sheridan Community Land Trust (SCLT) announced that construction has begun on the newest trail in the Sheridan area. Construction of the "Hidden Hoot" trail began over the weekend, on April 13th, according to a press release from SCLT. SCLT's Director of Marketing and Development, Chris Vrba, said the new trail will add 3 miles to the Soldier Ridge Trail System. Vrba added that SCLT is also looking for volunteers to help with the trail construction. Anyone interested in volunteering with SCLT is asked to contact More information on the Sheridan Community Land Trust can be found......

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JC Commission Accused of Being “Morally Wrong” in Handling 1% Funds

The Johnson County Commission was accused of being “morally wrong” in moving excess 1% tax revenue to the general fund During yesterday’s Commission meeting, local citizen Bill Dooley fired a barrage of questions to Diane Cox of the accounting firm Porter, Muirhead, Cornia, and & Howard following her overview of the county’s annual audit. During...

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New Year’s Power Outage at JC Justice Center Cost $20K Plus

Members of the Buffalo-Johnson County Joint Powers Board were informed of the final cost of Justice Center’s lengthy power outage during the month of January… $20,312.78. The outage occurred on New Year’s Day resulting from a damaged breaker and nearly all aspects of the center’s operations were impacted for nearly a week. The Joint Powers...

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Sheridan Parks and Rec Master Plan Update

SHERIDAN, WY— Representatives from Peaks to Plains Design and PROS Consulting, two of the entities hired to prepare Sheridan’s latest parks and recreation master plan, held a meeting on Thursday at the Fulmer Public Library, to update the public on the results from the study that was conducted in regards to Sheridan’s park system. The...

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