Buffalo

This Saturday is your chance to relive the college experience - or try it out for a day - without the stress of homework, tests, boring lectures or the chance of being buried alive by student loan debts.

The Johnson County Commission and the Buffalo City Council will have their first meetings of February Tuesday, and both will work through full agendas.

The county commissioners will review the county audit report, award the bid for the Canal Road Bridge, and amend the agreement between Sheridan and Johnson Counties on the Lake DeSmet Agreement.

The Wyoming State Board of Education announced Monday it intends to hire a search firm to hasten the selection process of the state’s first Director of the Wyoming Department of Education.

Valerie Courtney with the Billings-based BVC Safe Haven Ranch aims to eradicate child abuse. Someday, Courtney says she hopes to have a plot of land where survivors of abuse and abused animals can come together to heal. This April, they will be holding their first annual fundraiser in Billings.

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, voted to table a request from Heather Eklund with the Buffalo Pool Board for funds to purchase equipment for the city pool from the Buffalo Charitable Foundation.

The Board of Trustees at the Johnson County Healthcare Center received some good news at their last meeting when Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward reported a strong financial showing in January.

Sheridan College in Johnson County will present a lecture by local personality Raymond Plank, along with a book signing and reception Monday evening at the Buffalo Theater.

The Johnson County Health Fair's blood draws will happen next week in Buffalo and the following week in Kaycee, but planning and preparation for the draws should begin now.

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