Buffalo

The Daniels Fund announced this week that Wyoming nonprofits serving seniors and youth received $347,663 in grants from the organization.
Among those in Wyoming receiving grants was the Learning Tree Christian School in Buffalo for a capital expansion project.

This weekend's run-to-celebrate-a-holiday (St. Patrick's Day) is the 7th annual “Run Till You're Green” Fun Run, a fundraiser for the Sheridan Jaycees. Jarod Martin tells us more.

The Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board had their March meeting Wednesday morning and heard a presentation from Michael Michalski of MCS Strategies on how the region can better position itself to attract new business to start up or relocate here and how to better the economic climate in general.

The fate of the old Clear Creek School Building may not be crystal clear yet, but some questions have been answered after Monday's work session between the Buffalo City Council and the Johnson County School District Board of Trustees.

Back by popular demand, the second annual Potato Bake will be offered Friday from 11am until 1pm by the Saints and Sinners cooks of St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo.

A documentary, “Heart Mountain: An All American Town”, will re-debut tonight on Wyoming PBS. The film tells the story of the WWII Japanese internment camp at Heart Mountain between Cody and Powell.

Sheridan Memorial Hospital says they have not had any reports of patient complications or infections after they failed to sterilize surgical equipment up to Wyoming Department of Health standards during a period of six months in 2011.

The maquette of a statue to honor “Wyoming's western artist”, E.W. “Bill” Gollings, was unveiled this week at the Sheridan County Museum.

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