Buffalo

A lawyer hired by Sheridan Media to review the proposed agreement between Sasol Synfuels International and the Johnson County Commissioners for operating Lake DeSmet has concluded two of the main points are “problematic.”

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees had their first meeting of the school year Monday night, and were updated on the numbers of students enrolled at the district's schools.

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center has approved an additional capital expenditure on this year's budget, at the request of Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward.

The Wyoming Business Council will be in Sheridan and Buffalo to discuss a program to enhance local business. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Advanced Communications Technology, or A.C.T., is postponing this week's annual free Customer Appreciation Barbecue in Buffalo.

They have tentatively re-scheduled the event for September 17th.

During their last meeting the Johnson County Commissioners were approving vouchers and paying bills when the discussion turned to the amount of money the county and City of Buffalo were paying for utilities at the new Criminal Justice/Judicial Center complex on West Fort Street.

City of Buffalo work crews will be concentrating on chipping and sealing city streets now before winter sets in, according to Larry Joubert, sitting in for Public Works Director Les Hook at the city council's last meeting.

Officials with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce are looking for people who are interested in becoming sponsors or volunteers for the Fifth Annual Oktoberfest, scheduled for next weekend in downtown Buffalo.

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