Buffalo

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis recently responded to President Obama's budget proposal by stating that we are clearly moving in the wrong direction as it raises the deficit to $1.33 trillion for FY2012, making this year’s deficit higher than last.

The Wyoming Legislative session got underway Monday with Governor Matt Mead's State of the State Address where he talked about remaining fiscally conservative and investing in Wyoming and its children through education.

It's Valentine's Day and just a reminder to all you guys out there, that if you haven't done so, it's time to scramble and get those flowers your lady might be expecting.

There has been a slight change to the intake process for the Sheridan College Adult Basic Education GED program. In the past walk-in registration for the program was accepted. ABE Director Sarah Riehn says that they're following a managed enrollment process.

Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees held their February meeting Monday night and heard updates from Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler on the new Cloud Peak School and Clear Creek School facilities.

At last week's county commission meeting, a request from a local liquor retailer for a variance to allow sales of liquor during selected 24-hour periods during the year was denied.

At last week's city council meeting, Municipal Judge Mary Hupy performed the ceremony to swear in Buffalo's New Animal Control Officer/Special Municipal Officer.

In his State of the State address Governor Matt Mead said Wyoming is in a strong position. He said the State should remain fiscally conservative while making important investments.

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