Angela Fox with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce stopped by the KBBS Morning Show to discuss the 2017 Longmire Days in Buffalo July 7th – July 9th.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is advising people not to disturb juvenile wildlife. They want to remind folks that the mother is aware of that baby’s location, and will return to care for the animal if
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced draw results for resident and nonresident antelope and deer; along with resident elk last week. The leftover licenses are now available in a second draw. You have from June 26
In 1986, Wyoming adopted the annual Senior Olympics to provide venues for sporting events where seniors 50 years and older can compete against one another. The Wyoming 2017 Senior Olympics will be held in Laramie August 2nd
The possibility of a future Bull Creek Reservoir has been in the news periodically since Johnson County Commissioner Bill Novotny successfully lobbied Governor Mead and the 64th Wyoming Legislature on the importance of the proposed watershed effort.
Dealing with the high levels of THC in edible marijuana will be an issue during the next Wyoming Legislative session in early 2018. Earlier this month, the legislature’s Joint Judiciary Committee met in Sheridan to discuss how
The Johnson County Commissioners have appealed a Wyoming Department of Revenue ruling that requires the county-owned fairgrounds to collect and then pay lodging and sales tax on RV and camping spaces. Normally, travelers through the state are
Buffalo’s Farmers Market began its summer run at Crazy Woman Square yesterday afternoon. One of the new vendors this year is Desiree Light, owner of Hayburner Tack & Leather. As a home-based business of leatherworks and jewelry
The Johnson County School District Trustees voted on Monday evening to establish a line of credit in the event of a shortage of cash in the coming months as schools continue to deal with the educational funding
The Cloud Peak Honor Choir performed in front of the Johnson County School Board of Trustees during the board meeting on Monday night. Having returned from a highly successful competition in Casper recently, four of the six