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School board approves 31 policies on first reading

The Johnson County School District board continued down the long, winding road of policy revisions on Nov. 13 as trustees approved another 31 policies on first reading. "We still have a long ways to go, but we have a lot under our belt too," Chairman Rich Hall said. "We've made a lot of progress tha

BUFFALOBULLETIN.COM - 2017-11-20 23:50:00

A wild drive - Buffalo Bulletin: Sports

Sometimes even the least outdoorsy kind of person gets introduced to the outdoors in atypical ways in small town Wyoming. Whether it's raccoons digging through a trash can, rabbits eating a garden or a black bear sitting on someone's porch on North DeSmet, the odds of coming face to face with wildli

BUFFALOBULLETIN.COM - 2017-11-21 00:11:00

Many thanks - Buffalo Bulletin: Letters To Editor

Many thanks to BHS band and choir and Prairie Wildfire and special thanks to Mrs. Compton, Mrs. Songer, Val Burgess, Mr. Bourgeois and everyone on the program for the wonderful Veterans Day ceremony. And thanks to the Marna Kuehne Foundation for lunch. Also thanks to Buffalo First Baptist Church for

BUFFALOBULLETIN.COM - 2017-11-21 00:03:00

Giving thanks - Buffalo Bulletin: Columns

On Thursday, we participate in a centuries' old tradition. We gather around the table and break bread with our friends and family and overindulge in all the tried and true fixings. It's a day to come together and show our thanks. We've compiled a list of the top 10 reasons we at the Bulletin are tha

BUFFALOBULLETIN.COM - 2017-11-21 00:02:00

Finding Mandy: a love story - Buffalo Bulletin: Columns

Last week as I was making dinner I let our 19-year-old dog, Mandy, out for a potty break. Sometimes she likes to go over to our neighbor's house and play with their 3-year-old Lab, Sven. I peeked out the back door and saw her heading in that direction. I didn't think much of it until about 15 minut

BUFFALOBULLETIN.COM - 2017-11-21 00:01:00

Plenty to be thankful for - Buffalo Bulletin: Columns

Last week, our youngest came home from preschool with a thankfulness basket. It was a woven construction paper basket filled with cutout magazine photos of the things she is thankful for. Food figures prominently in her basket, as do family (as depicted by a much better-looking family with matching

BUFFALOBULLETIN.COM - 2017-11-20 23:59:00

Saying goodbye - Buffalo Bulletin: News

Kraft's Fine Jewelry hasn't had a Buffalo storefront in nearly 30 years, but the people of Johnson County have not forgotten it, according to owner Steve Kraft. "I'm amazed by how many people from Buffalo continue to come out to our store in Sheridan," Kraft said. "I'd say a good 30 percent of our c

BUFFALOBULLETIN.COM - 2017-11-20 23:37:00

Eagle Lake trout return to Lake Desmet

Bulletin Photo by Floyd Whiting Dustin Cram from the Clark's Fork hatchery, picked up these Eagle Lake rainbow trout from the Ten Sleep hatchery and transported the fish to Lake De Smet. The transport truck is equipped with oxygen tanks that feed an aeration system allowing the ability to safetly tr

BUFFALOBULLETIN.COM - 2017-11-21 00:16:00

Madison Chamber hosts towel drive to benefit residents

MADISON, Ala. - The Madison Chamber of Commerce wants you to wrap someone up with love this holiday season. The Madison Chamber is hosting a towel drive to benefit residents of Ability Plus, which provides community homes for people with intellectual disabilities. The Chamber is asking for all kinds

ROCKETCITYNOW.COM - 2017-11-22 02:11:23

New lawsuit filed against Madison County sheriff, others

A new lawsuit has been filed naming the Madison County sheriff, Madison County commissioners, and other current and former county employees. It lists a number of allegations, including, "discrimination based on race; harassment based on race; a racially hostile working environment; different and les

ROCKETCITYNOW.COM - 2017-11-22 01:28:54

New lawsuit against Madison County Sheriff's Office claims sex act caught on tape in investigations office

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - A new discrimination lawsuit filed against Madison County Sheriff Blake Dorning, members of the sheriff's office and Madison County officials claims multiple instances of sexual misbehavior - with at least one caught on tape - along with racial discrimination. The federal lawsuit

WHNT-TV - 2017-11-21 22:57:47

State game wardens warn against night hunting in Madison County

MADISON COUNTY, Ala. -- When it comes to Alabama's Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Madison County is one of the higher complaint counties in the state, because there's a lot of wildlife here, and a lot more people. One of the biggest issues in the county is night hunting. Early Mon

WHNT-TV - 2017-11-22 02:15:12

Man arrested after threatening to kill 76-year-old mother

An Athens man accused of threatening to kill his 76-year-old mother and running from deputies is facing charges. Robert Montez Taylor, 24, of 18020 Sunflower Way, was arrested Friday on charges of third-degree domestic violence and resisting arrest, records show. He remained Monday in Limestone Coun

NEWS-COURIER - 2017-11-21 12:15:00

Baybears owner says North Alabama can support Minor League Baseball team again

The City of Madison is making its best pitch to the new owner of the Baybears to move the team to North Alabama. New owner, Ralph Nelson, has made several short stops in Madison over the past two weeks to vet the area's ability to support a minor-league baseball team. "I think this is probably

WAAY-TV - 2017-11-22 03:50:00

Liberty Middle School takes on Iron Bowl rivalry

MADISON, Ala. -- It's the week leading up to the Iron Bowl and the big game is the talk of the town. Madison City Schools has decided to get into the team spirit. It's usually all about Lion Pride at Liberty Middle School, but Tuesday teachers came together for their annual Iron Bowl tailgate. "Libe

WHNT-TV - 2017-11-22 02:37:42

Protect yourself from 'porch pirates' this holiday season

Not everyone is interested in embracing the true meaning of the holidays by giving back. Others are more interested in taking things. And thieves often set their sights on easy targets, like those boxes full of the things you ordered and had delivered to your home. They're called "porch pirates" and

WAFF - 2017-11-22 00:05:40

Oxnard workshops scheduled for job seekers

The West County America's Job Center in Oxnard will hold several free career workshops for job seekers in December. Here's the schedule: "Resumes that Sell," 8:30 a.m. to noon Dec. 1: Get hands-on assistance in completing a resume and cover and thank-you letters. Participants will walk away with a p

VCSTAR.COM - 2017-11-21 21:45:06

Affordable housing and parking issues plague two Oxnard condo projects

A couple of condominium projects planned in Oxnard needed approval this past week and council members expressed qualms about both. On a split vote, the council approved a 50-unit townhome project on a vacant lot on the corner of Wooley Road and Harbor Boulevard. Instead of building five affordable h


Hang glider mishap on Oxnard plain results in minor injuries

Two hang gliders were reported down on the Oxnard plain Sunday afternoon, leaving one flyer with minor injuries, according to the Ventura County Fire Department. The incident was reported around 2:45 p.m. near the intersection of Las Posas Road and Pacific Coast Highway. The site is near Naval Base


Camarillo police seek ID of Kmart theft suspect

Authorities have requested the public's help in identifying a suspected thief from an incident at a Camarillo Kmart on Friday, police said Tuesday. Around 3:10 p.m. Friday, authorities received reports of a woman walking out of the Kmart at 940 Arneill Road with unpaid merchandise. Kmart loss preven

VCSTAR.COM - 2017-11-22 02:58:04