Wild West-type action gunfights, similar to the ones performed in Cody during the summer months, may be coming to Buffalo if one man's vision is allowed to happen.

Johnson County's Deputy Attorney, Barry Crago, recommended the county commissioners put off signing a grant contract to allow time to discuss and rework a portion of the application with the Wyoming Department of Family Services.

This weekend Buffalo will be celebrating Oktoberfest, with traditional food, music, a home brewing contest, and many beers to enjoy.

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly came before the county commissioners at their Tuesday meeting to inform them she would be submitting six grant applications to Homeland Security for various projects relating to emergency preparedness.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder brought a request before the city council at their Tuesday meeting to accept the 2015 Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant.

The American Bus Association (ABA) announced earlier this month that Buffalo's annual Longmire Days was recognized as one of the “Top 100 Events In North America” for 2016.

Episodes of the new season of the “Longmire” television series will be shown each week at a local community center, starting tonight and running through mid-October. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Christopher Schaar, representing Wild West Gun Shows, will be addressing and giving a presentation to Buffalo's City Council tonight at their regular meeting in Buffalo's City Hall.

Also on the agenda, Mike Garvey and Mark Hughes will be giving the council a presentation on trees.

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