As part of the ongoing agreement negotiations between the City of Buffalo and Pacificorp over electricity the city will generate and sell back to the company, the city council has signed an agreement that will allow different departments within Pacificorp to share information about the city with each other.

A work day has been scheduled for today at the animal shelter in Buffalo, for which anyone is welcome to come and help out. Shelter board members and staff will be there at the St. Francis Animal Shelter from 9-3 today.

Buffalo's City Council has approved and accepted an agreement with Pacificorp to sell the small amount of electricity generated by the city's hydro-electric pant back to the company.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved the purchase of panic alarms for the county-owned judicial center after Facilities Manager Kim Glasgow brought the estimate for the system before them.

Local veterans celebrated Veterans Day alongside a grateful public on Wednesday, and even enjoyed lunch at the Buffalo American Legion after the annual ceremonies, but what do they feel about all the attention given to them and all veterans every year?

Two veterans from Buffalo were given the opportunity to answer that question.

The St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo is asking those with a love for animals and some time to donate to come out to the shelter this Saturday morning to help with chores and maintenance that the shelter needs to complete.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 13, 1915.

The Johnson County Coroner's office reported that human remains have been found east of Buffalo at Powder River.

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