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Remains found in S.D. are of Buffalo, Wyo., man missing 14 years

RAPID CITY, S.D. — With the identification of human remains found a week ago in Lawrence County, a 14-year-old mystery has been solved.

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'Longmire' helps put Buffalo, Wyo., on the map

'Longmire' helps put Buffalo, Wyo., on the map

BUFFALO, Wyo. — Toes were tapping, two-steppers were dusting the dance floor and Rainier beer was flowing freely at the Occidental Hotel, as several thousand literature lovers descended on this central Wyoming cattle town last weekend to celebrate Longmire Days.

July 22, 2014 11:30 am Photos

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Sheridan County protests new pilot requirements

SHERIDAN, Wyo. — The Sheridan County commissioners say stricter federal requirements for pilots at small airlines are threatening air service in Sheridan and Buffalo.

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Guest opinion: Restore native buffalo to Montana range

Guest opinion: Restore native buffalo to Montana range

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will be holding a public meeting to address the restoration of wild buffalo in Lewistown on Tuesday and Wednesday. Lewistown, the geographic center of Montana and the hub of the Judith Basin, is the perfect site for wild buffalo restoration conversation.

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Herding Montana Buffalo

Herding Montana Buffalo

Herding buffalo (bison) on the Fort Belknap Reservation in northern Montana. The buffalo are herded every fall so they can be counted, given medicine, and a some removed from the herd for consumption. Compared to buffalo at Yellowstone National Park, which have become somewhat acclimated to …

April 09, 2014 3:40 pmLoading…
More video gaming choices coming to Montana

More video gaming choices coming to Montana

A leading provider of gaming software, Aristocrat Technologies, has signed a deal with a Billings-based video gaming manufacturer to bring a popular video game to Montana.

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Guest opinion: Montana Lawmakers take aim at native buffalo

Guest opinion: Montana Lawmakers take aim at native buffalo

A dozen bills were introduced in Montana’s 63rd legislative session impacting native wild buffalo. Backed and promoted by a chorus of livestock lobbyists crying ruination, these bills would be bad for buffalo and other native species.

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Guest opinion: Let tribes restore wild, healthy bison to Montana

Guest opinion: Let tribes restore wild, healthy bison to Montana

Once again, the Montana Legislature is considering bills that would block tribes from restoring wild bison to our own tribal lands. By generally banning wild bison from Montana, House Bill 249 and Senate Bill 143 represent an astounding level of disrespect to the tribes of this state. We cal…

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Skiing with the buffalo

Skiing with the buffalo

Skiers warily glide past a buffalo on the Blacktail Plateau ski trail between Mammoth and Tower.

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CenturyLink restores phone, Internet services

CASPER, Wyo. — Telephone and Internet service for CenturyLink customers was restored in a strip of northern Wyoming after being down for several hours Friday.

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Kids swarm the field for Edwards' football camp

Kids swarm the field for Edwards' football camp

Summer is here — and hundreds of youngsters spent a sizzling Saturday football camping on Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium.

June 30, 2012 2:30 pm Photos

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Wyoming Wilderness Association hosts adventure athlete, writer

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Wilderness Association will host adventure athlete and writer Andrew Skurka on Friday and Saturday as a speaker and presenter.

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Wyoming city councilman faces drug charge

Wyoming city councilman faces drug charge

CHEYENNE,Wyo. -- Buffalo City Councilman Justin Gerard could face up to 10 years in prison after police said they found two ounces of marijuana that he intended to sell in his car.

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Slash piles to be burned near Buffalo

BUFFALO — The Bureau of Land Management's Buffalo Field Office is planning to burn slash piles this spring in two areas: Billy Creek and Powder River Properties.

January 24, 2012 3:26 pmLoading…
Rendering of J.G. Oliver building of Buffalo, Wyo.

Rendering of J.G. Oliver building of Buffalo, Wyo.

A rendering of the J.G. Oliver building in Buffalo, Wyo., was pictured in George Mesker’s company catalog in 1903.

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Butler and Culp building in Buffalo, Wyo.

Butler and Culp building in Buffalo, Wyo.

A rendering of the Butler & Culp building in Buffalo, Wyo., was included in a 1908 catalog published by George Mesker’s company.

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Alexandra Grant and Julie Middendorf

Alexandra Grant and Julie Middendorf

Alexandra Grant, an artist from Los Angeles, left, and Julie Middendorf, a Scotia genealogist, played important roles in bringing home a tombstone missing from a Polk County, Neb., cemetery for more than 60 years. Grant bought the tombstone in Buffalo, Wyo. Alexandra Grant, an artist from Lo…

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Jason Baldes and Beah

Jason Baldes and Beah

Jason Baldes, shown with his dog Beah, has long been committed to serving his community on the Wind River Indian Reservation.    

November 07, 2011 9:08 am
MSU grad student to use national fellowship to help reintroduce buffalo to Wind River reservation

MSU grad student to use national fellowship to help reintroduce buffalo to Wind River reservation

BOZEMAN -- A Montana State University graduate student who shares his father's dream for reintroducing buffalo to a Wyoming Indian reservation has received a national fellowship from the Environmental Protection Agency.

November 07, 2011 9:07 am Photos

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Wyoming Veterans Home receives federal grant

CASPER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Veterans Home recently received a grant of nearly $800,000 from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for improvements to the 108-year-old state institution at Buffalo.

November 02, 2011 11:30 pmLoading…

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