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12/02/16 07:01 AM
The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce staff is gearing up for one of the busiest Saturdays of the year. With the 3-2-1 sale kicking off the day’s events at 6 in the morning, Read More
12/02/16 06:51 AM
It happens every 8 years and beginning Monday, the new Wyoming license plates will be available to the state’s drivers. These plates are considered part of the 2017 plate Read More
12/01/16 05:13 AM
With the growth and expansion of natural gas as cheaper form of energy, efforts are underway to find new opportunities to enhance coal production. JOCO First CEO Dave Simonsen spoke of these efforts earlier this week… Buffalo will be host to the Read More
12/01/16 05:08 AM
The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be highlighting the MISHAP Brewing Company at its monthly “Business After Hours” event this evening from 5-7pm. The company, formerly known as Clear Creek Brewing, has been in the news in recent months Read More
12/01/16 05:05 AM
The past weekend’s events of “Light Up Buffalo” and Sheridan’ Christmas Stroll certainly started the Christmas season in both communities with events planned throughout the next several days. In Buffalo, the popular 3-2-1 sales Read More
12/01/16 05:01 AM
December 1st is the deadline for anyone interested in applying for Class III of Leadership Johnson County. The program’s promising start in 2015 exceeded expectations this past year, not only with quality participants but also widespread community Read More
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The Wyoming State Geological Survey (WSGS) has published results of a statewide groundwater study after developing a new model to estimate baseflow, a significant component of groundwater recharge. Groundwater is an important resource across Wyoming.&nbs
If you would like to show your support for a local law enforcement family help fight cancer do some good in your community or just enjoy a good breakfast stop by the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church on Saturday morning. Gillette Police Officer Ryan Mussel
Governor Mead will be signing a proclamation for Wyoming’s first Computer Science Education Week on December 5, 2016 at 1:45 p.m. The Wyoming Department of Education is encouraging all schools to participate in the Hour of Code next week. The Hour o
Washington, D.C. – The federal government is known for playing fast and loose with taxpayer dollars, but with a wave of a pen and a little accounting magic, the spending can seem to disappear.   U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., calls this dishon
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