Buffalo

Archery season is underway for hunting deer, elk and pronghorn antelope.

A main power line in the center of Buffalo that was knocked down by a tree during a snowstorm in the early morning, caused power outages for more than 576 people. Customers on Klondike and N. Adams avenues reported outages on an off until early afternoon.

With the first snow hitting the area today, officials with the state forestry, want to remind the public on how to deal with fallen trees and tree shock due to the sudden climatic change.

One of the last topics discussed at the Bighorn National Forest Plan Steering Committee field trip, was the increased number of climbers in a local canyon. Hannah Stepenoff was there, and has the story.

Some county Residents near the NW Pipeline Project in North Buffalo are wanting to tie in to a city-owned water line for water service to their properties, and came before the city council at their last meeting to make the request to them.

Former Buffalo High School Head Football Coach Mike Moon will be recognized at this week's home football game, when the field at the high school will be named in his honor.

As we reported yesterday, Attorney Bruce T. Moats of Cheyenne has been retained by Sheridan Media to review the proposed agreement between Sasol Synfuels International and the Johnson County Commissioners for operating Lake DeSmet.
He found two points in the agreement as “problematic.”

Tonight's Buffalo Farmer's Market that was scheduled from 5 to 7pm in Crazy Woman Square has been canceled, according to organizer Jennifer Haskins with the Buffalo Downtown Association.

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