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In 1870s Wyoming, Slim Sherman and his brother try to save the ranch after their father's death.

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After doing Slim a good turn, a saloon girl asks Slim to help her father return money he'd embezzled from a Montana bank.
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Slim finds an injured young woman, only to be mistaken for one of her kidnappers when her father finds them.
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Jess catches a man in the freight office who he thinks is casing the place for the Logan gang, though he has no proof.
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Jess is critically wounded when he tries to warn Marshal McGary, who is transporting a prisoner to hang, that the prisoner's brother plans to attack the tumbleweed wagon.
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Slim and Jess try to help a mysterious stranger who's been hiding in the mountains, killing Sherman cattle and leaving gold pieces to pay for the animals.
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Jess finds remains of a U.S. Army wagon that disappeared during the war that contained $60,000 in gold.
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When he plans to ride shotgun on a stage carrying a bank shipment, Jess is asked to look the other way and allow a robbery, but when Jess tries to have the man arrested, the office manager refuses to press charges.
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While on the trail with a couple facing financial issues, Jess and the couple find a mule loaded with sacks of gold.
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Though they don't trust him, Slim and Jess are forced to watch an injured ex-con who was forced to assist in a bank robbery.
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Slim investigates when a ranch fight leads to death, but Slim is not convinced the Arapaho chief found with the body is the killer.
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Bob Blayne's sons come looking for Jess, bent on revenge because Jess maimed their father years ago; though Jess tries to avoid a shootout, when Slim is injured Jess is forced into action.
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Slim goes on the hunt for the shooters after returning to the ranch to find Jess and a stage executive shot.
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Slim and Jess try to avert bloodshed when they assist neighbors whose ranch has been set afire and from whom horses had been stolen.
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Jess searches for Slim, shot and left to die by an outlaw following a robbery, but the captured shooter refuses to talk.
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Jess tries to help a former outlaw who's trying to go straight, but finds himself drawn into the man's troubles.
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Slim and Daisy are invited to Stacey Bishop's wedding, where trouble is expected, since Stacey's ex is determined to stop the nuptials.
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Trouble follows when Jess runs into an old friend who tries to convince Jess to join his outlaw gang.
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A man searching for his runaway daughter stops at the Sherman ranch, where he learns that she's a saloon girl involved with outlaws who have targeted the stage line.
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When he's attacked, Jess returns fire but winds up shooting the man in the back in the scuffle, prompting the man's brothers to come to Laramie seeking revenge.
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Upon returning home from a cattle drive, Slim learns a neighbor's son was killed when he stayed behind in Riverton.
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Jess fills in for the sheriff, hoping for a quiet weekend, but a bank robbery in Casper leads to issues in Laramie.

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