Buffalo

This year's Jim Gatchell Museum Living History Day was Saturday in Buffalo and it was busier than it has been the last few years, according to Museum Director John Gavin.

The annual Buffalo Community-Wide Garage Sale was this past Saturday, and many came out to find hidden gems, great deals and to help out a few worthy causes in the process.

At last week's City Council meeting, the two newest police officers to join the Buffalo PD, Brice and Kyle Johnson, were sworn into their positions by Municipal Judge Mary Hupy.

At last week's meeting, the Buffalo City Council approved a request from St. Francis Animal Shelter to renew their contract for services relating to animal control, housing and other services performed for the city, with a couple of minor changes they made to the agreement.

The American Heart Association has announced that they will begin implementing Mission: Lifeline Wyoming, which is a community based approach to improving the system of care for heart attach patients.

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven told the City Council at their meeting Tuesday he was prepared to send a letter he drafted to the Hartford, the bonding company for Hydro Construction, who built the city's wastewater treatment plant, asking them a second time to respond to the city's request for a r

The Great American Backyard Camp Out is taking place this weekend in Wyoming. It's designed to get families outside and away from electronics.

U.S. Representatives Cynthia Lummis, Wyoming, and Denny Rehbrg, Montana, both big supporters of Powder River Basin coal production, earned the backing of bipartisan members of Congress in a letter to the Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of the Interior, urging them to reject calls of an unprecedented expansion of environmental reviews for coal exports.

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