Buffalo

In a release from his office, Governor Matt Mead says he's glad that Wyoming is gaining access to more broadband Internet, but he wants to see even more.

The Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting accepted a number of grants for different programs in the county.

While City Attorney Ben Kirven has been busy negotiating easements for Buffalo's new 18-inch water line with landowners west of town, a number of changes in the routing of the line has prompted the engineers to re-design portions of the project.

Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi and members of the Senate Finance Committee approved language that implements free trade agreements with several countries, and in a media release from his office this week, Enzi says Senate ratification of these trade agreements will create jobs and increased export sales to Wyoming.

Though the gas won't cause immediate harm, it's important to test your house for radon levels, says the Wyoming Department of Health.

Sheridan College will be offering a presentation on Visual Merchanding at the Johnson County Campus Monday, October 17th. The class is designed for the independent business owner and students interested in retail merchandising.

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has announced that he's seeking applications for a Senate Page position for the spring session in Washington D.C. Page duties consist primarily of delivering correspondence and legislative material at the Capitol.

Bison Win Big over Torrington
The Buffalo Bison hosted Torrington Friday and crushed the Trailblazers 52-6.

Broncs Win Big Also
The Sheridan Broncs hosted Kelly Walsh and pounded the Trojans 55-14.

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