Buffalo

Friday topped off a busy week for the Wyoming legislature during its general session. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has more.

Buffalo High School's Forensics team traveled to Gillette last weekend to take part in the Camel Classic at Campbell County High School.
The team finished fourth in the 3A Division.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department, at their meetings in Cheyenne last week, approved the lease of water rights in Lake DeSmet to help protect the fishery in the lake, after months of negotiations and re-negotiations by themselves and Johnson County.

At their meeting this week in Kaycee, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees heard a construction update on the new Cloud Peak School from District Business Manager Matt Ramey.

The Buffalo FFA Supporters will present their “Blue Jean Ball” this Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' Community Building.

The event is a fundraiser for Buffalo FFA Students to fund scholarships, leadership camp and other FFA functions.

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi called for the resignation for members of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) who were appointed directly by President Obama. In a media release, Sen. Enzi called the appointments "illegal." But Enzi is not alone in his sentiments.

U.S. Senator John Barrasso, a Wyoming Republican, spoke on the Senate floor Thursday to concerns he's heard from veterans about President Obama's Affordable Care Act. Senator Barrasso says it hurts small businesses and average citizens.

For most of the day Thursday, the westbound lanes of Interstate 90 near the Rock Creek exit were closed due to an accident involving two semi-trucks and multiple passenger vehicles.

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