Buffalo

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed a number of issues at their last meeting, ranging from employee retirement to board appointments and resignations.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's annual Winter Gathering fundraiser was Saturday, and was again bigger than last year, fun, and successful, according to Chamber Director Angela Jarvis.

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven requested permission from the city council to began acquiring the easements and rights-of-way for the NW Water Transmission Line Project.

Buffalo Fire crews responded to a report of a structure fire at about 4am Friday at Joy Appliance and Video on North Lobban Street.

Byron Geis with the Johnson County Fair Board updated the county commissioners on upgrades at the fairgrounds during their last commission meeting, saying the board is looking at building a new “community building.”

Sheridan College President Paul Young reported to the Northern Wyoming Community College District Board at their last meeting that Buffalo's old Clear Creek School building is still on the college's radar for a possible move once the Johnson County School District vacates the building.

The library has scheduled representatives of the architectural design team to be on hand at numerous publicmeetings and events in the coming weeks to discuss the new addition to the library and gather the public's ideas on input on the proposed project.

The fifth annual Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Winter Gathering will be this Saturday at the Deerfield Building downtown.

This year's theme is “Mardi Gras,” and those attending are encouraged to come in their best Mardi Gras Ball attire.

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