Buffalo

The Northern Wyoming Community College District's Board of Trustees held their annual Buffalo meeting Thursday night at the Sheridan College in Johnson County campus, and passed the second and third bond resolutions to fund construction at the main campus at Sheridan College.

Buffalo's City Attorney Ben Kirven has been drafting a new franchise agreement with Rocky Mountain Power in recent weeks, and originally thought the agreement would be ready for the city council's consideration at their last meeting.

The biennial Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice Variety Show, this year titled “An Evening With Carol Burnett” will be performing both Friday and Saturday nights at 7pm at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

The annual State of Johnson County Address was presented at a Wednesday Chamber Luncheon at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse in Buffalo.

Commissioners Linda Greenough and Jim Hicks gave the presentation which focused on where the county is now and maintaining that in the near future.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder has informed Sheridan Media that there is a phone scam targeting people in the Buffalo Area.

With Buffalo's new mayor and council members taking their seats at the first city council meeting of the year last week, some yearly housekeeping was necessary.

The Wyoming Legislative Session convenes this week at the capitol in Cheyenne, and House Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo will be addressing Medicaid expansion, an area of concern for himself and other lawmakers in the state.

The annual “State Of The County Address” will be given today at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse on East Hart Street in Buffalo.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and Oldies 105-9 are co-sponsoring the address, which will be given by Commission Chair Jim Hicks.

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