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Buffalo Looks Forward To Longmire Days In 2015

O little Town of Buffalo, how still we see thee lie.

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Longmire’s Down, but Buffalo’s Not Out

The cancelation of the Longmire television series has gone over about about as well as finding a buzzard-eaten body in The Busy Bee restaurant in Buffalo's alter ego of Durant, Wyo., county seat of Absaroka County

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Zahn McClarnon, who plays Bureau of Indian Affairs Chief Matthias on the "Longmire" television series, rode with fellow actors to raise money for a veterans charity during a poker run during the recent Longmire Days in Buffalo.

Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
Zahn McClarnon, who plays Bureau of Indian Affairs Chief Matthias on the "Longmire" television series, rode with fellow actors to raise money for a veterans charity during a poker run during the recent Longmire Days in Buffalo. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Longmire Motorcycle Run Raises $2,000 for Homes for Our Troops Charity

A recent motorcycle poker run organized by an actor in the "Longmire" television series raised more than $2,000 to help build houses for injured veterans.

"Homes for Our Troops builds homes for disabled vets who are severely disabled and need extra changes to a floor plan that doors will open automatic for them, lower (cabinets), wider hallways," said Katee Sackhoff, who plays Deputy Victoria "Vic" Moretti in the popular A&E Network show.

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"Longmire" novel series author Craig Johnson says he's not worried that the A&E Network will renew the popular television series about Sheriff Walt Longmire in the fictional Absaroka County, Wyo.
Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
"Longmire" novel series author Craig Johnson says he's not worried that the A&E Network will renew the popular television series about Sheriff Walt Longmire in the fictional Absaroka County, Wyo. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Ultimate Longmire Mystery: Will Network Renew Show for Fourth Season?

Buffalo recently drew thousands of fans from around the world to celebrate local author Craig Johnson's "Longmire" book series and the A&E Network television show about the sheriff of the fictional Absaroka County who grapples with mysteries of the law and dark deeds of the heart.

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Robert Taylor, who plays Sheriff Walt Longmire on the A&E television series, signs autographs and chats with fans in Buffalo on Saturday. Other actors, from right to left, are Louanne Stephens who plays Ruby the dispatcher; Zahn McClarnon, who plays Bureau of Indian Affairs Chief Matthias; Adam Bartley, who plays Deputy "The Ferg" Ferguson; and "Longmire" book series author Craig Johnson.
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Robert Taylor, who plays Sheriff Walt Longmire on the A&E television series, signs autographs and chats with fans in Buffalo on Saturday. Other actors, from right to left, are Louanne Stephens who plays Ruby the dispatcher; Zahn McClarnon, who plays Bureau of Indian Affairs Chief Matthias; Adam Bartley, who plays Deputy "The Ferg" Ferguson; and "Longmire" book series author Craig Johnson. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Longmire Fans Throng Autograph Sessions

DURANT, (aka BUFFALO) Wyo. — There haven’t been so many people so eager to see law enforcement officials since they gave out free bail at the jail.

“I got downtown at a quarter of seven, and they were lined up then,” Rachel McCaughey with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce said Friday.

Hundreds of

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Some of the cast of the A&E Channel series "Longmire," with show lead Robert Taylor in red shirt, sign autographs at the Old Clear Creek Elementary School gym on Friday. The crowd, Buffalo and Johnson County share some of the same characteristics and characters portrayed in the books and shows, but don't have the murder and mayhem of their fictional counterparts Durant and Absaroka County.

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Some of the cast of the A&E Channel series "Longmire," with show lead Robert Taylor in red shirt, sign autographs at the Old Clear Creek Elementary School gym on Friday. The crowd, Buffalo and Johnson County share some of the same characteristics and characters portrayed in the books and shows, but don't have the murder and mayhem of their fictional counterparts Durant and Absaroka County. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Buffalo, Johnson County Officials Are Thankful They Don’t Have Murder Rate of “Longmire” Counterparts

DURANT (aka BUFFALO), Wyo. — The Sheriff and Mayor of Buffalo love the attention their town is receiving this weekend as fans of the Longmire book and television series will swell the population from the usual 6,000 by 10,000 more

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Seated at the table, from lower right to upper left, Longmire actors Bailey Chase,  Katie Sackhoff and Adam Bartley sign autographs at Longmire Days 2013 in Buffalo. Many of the actors will return for the third annual Longmire Days this weekend.

Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
Seated at the table, from lower right to upper left, Longmire actors Bailey Chase, Katie Sackhoff and Adam Bartley sign autographs at Longmire Days 2013 in Buffalo. Many of the actors will return for the third annual Longmire Days this weekend. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Buffalo Transforms Into Fictional Durant for Longmire Days This Weekend

For this one weekend, at least, the fictional Absaroka County, Wyo., will enjoy some peace if not quiet.

But Buffalo, Wyo, will revel in its annual celebration as the alter ego of the fictional Durant, Wyo

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Robert Taylor as Sheriff Walt Longmire in A&E's Longmire
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Dates Set for 2014 Longmire Days in Buffalo

The dates of this summer's third annual Longmire Days, in the community of Buffalo Wyoming have been announced.

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