Buffalo

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar along with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service official Dan Ashe will travel to Wyoming within the next thirty days to meet with Governor Matt Mead about wolf management.

It's been well over twenty years since Senator Bruce Burns began sharing his love of pyrotechnics with the community at the annual July 4th Fireworks Show at the Big Horn Equestrian Center.

The Office of State Lands and Investments, the state agency that oversees Wyoming’s royalty rate for oil and gas leases on state lands will soon look at upping the rate.

The Johnson County Commissioners, at last week's meeting, heard from county attorney Ken DeCock regarding changes he proposed to the Animal Control Regulations currently being amended, and to regulations at the Mikesell/Potts Recreation area at Lake DeSmet.

The Buffalo City Council, at last week's meeting accepted a bid for a new police vehicle and a bid for outfitting the unit with lights, radios and other needed equipment.

The Kick 'Em Up Cans Barrel Races will happen this Saturday and Sunday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds Arena.

A little over a week ago the Wyoming Department of Transportation hired a contractor to build a detour around a slide that has forced U.S. 14 to be closed since June 13th.

At their regular meeting Monday night, the Johnson County School Board heard a presentation from Melissa Butcher of PB Communications regarding her ideas and plans for keeping the public informed during the upcoming construction of the new elementary school in Buffalo.

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