Buffalo

Buffalo is known as a giving community, whether for charities, fundraisers or just about any other group or organization looking for a hand.

The deadline to nominate a teacher for an Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award is fast approaching, as nominations must be submitted by the end of the day on Monday, January 9th.

Sheridan Fire Rescue says that a wood- and coal-burning stove most likely caused a couch to ignite in a garage being used as a living space at 951 Burton Street in Sheridan on Tuesday.

The announcement by Sears Holdings that they plan to close more than 100 Kmart and Sears stores following another down Christmas sales season has left local retailers across the country waiting for the announcement on which stores will get the axe – and that includes Sheridan's stores.

The Wyoming Wilderness Association will host the first-ever Winter Wilderness Holiday Ball Wednesday night at the Historic Sheridan Inn with a little something for everybody.

Property owner Bill Joy came before the Buffalo City Council at their meeting last week to request a refund for more than six years' of overcharges for garbage service at his apartment complex. He explains further.

At last week's Johnson County Commission meeting, Wayne Graves, Vice-Chairman of the Johnson County Planning and Zoning Commission, suggested to the commissioners that they not rehire an assistant planner when current assistant planner Jerry Osborn retires.

The season of giving was apparently good to the Salvation Army in Buffalo, as far as volunteer numbers and donations are concerned, according to Carol Jennings, of the local Salvation Army.

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