Buffalo

At their meeting this week the Buffalo City Council got a mostly clean audit report from Dooley and Jelly, CPAs.

Twelve teachers in the Johnson County School District were recently announced as Nationally-Certified Teachers and nine were recognized by the District at the Board of Trustees meeting this week.

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their meeting Tuesday, released $400,000 in a retainage account at the request of Groathouse Construction, who built the recently-completed Judicial Center for the county.

At this week's Buffalo City Council meeting, Bobbi Walseth, Director of CASA, and Patsy Jenkins, Coordinator for Johnson County, requested helpfrom the council in finding a new facility to house the Johnson County CASA program.

Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi issued a statement Wednesday in response to President Obama's proposals to make sweeping gun control legislation. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy reports.

Chief Market Strategist and Vice President for investment advisement company D. A. Davidson, Fred Dickson, will be making his annual market outlook presentation in Sheridan later today. His presentation will take place at the Wyo Theater with a reception at 4:30 p.m.

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners discussed the proposed fuel depot that has been a contentious issue in recent months.

Buffalo's City Council had their first reading of Ordinance No. 1360, which will raise sewer rates across the board by 100% if passed on three readings. The council approved the first reading, but not before discussions that included the possibility of making the rate increases incrementally over time.

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