Buffalo

Sheridan's young generation is growing up, and Sheridan County School District #2 is responding by redistricting school assignment zones to provide maximum educational benefits to every student.

Every first grader in Sheridan got a free book at the Fulmer Public Library yesterday morning, courtesy of the Wyoming Reads program.

Contracts between Johnson County and Volunteers of America were agreed to in principle with one approved at the county commissioner's meeting Tuesday.

The approved contract was a renewal for VOA to provide juvenile detention and other services to the county for FY2013.

At their meeting Tuesday evening, the Buffalo City Council approved a complete makeover of the entrance and front of City Hall.

Building Inspector Toby Rhoades brought a proposal from Buffalo Glass to completely remodel the entrance and reception area of City Hall.

Those interested in improving their business or starting a new business are encouraged to attend a free workshop “Business Assistance After Hours,” from the Buffalo Downtown Association at their office Wednesday at 5:30 pm.

Officials with the Wyoming Department of Transportation have announced that U.S. 14A west of Burgess Junction is now open for the summer. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell says that they were hoping to have it open several weeks ago.

The Powder River Basin Resource Council has initiated efforts to bring more renewable energy options to Wyoming consumers.

A local instructor at Sheridan College is going to spend her summer vacation studying the Sandhill Cranes of Northeast Wyoming.

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