Buffalo

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo said the last two weeks have really been difficult for the Legislature, as they continue to try to find common ground and ways to fund education for the next biennium.

During the most recent meeting of the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, students from each school in the district were recognized as the Students Of The Month fro January.

A photographic art exhibit on Native American culture will be stopping in Buffalo in March for a two-month run at the Cowboy Carousel Center.

The City of Buffalo has scheduled two public workshops to discuss the possibility of reworking the water rate billing structure.

The Johnson County Healthcare Center canceled their Wednesday evening meeting of the Board of Trustees that was already re-scheduled from January 25th to February 1st.

The annual Johnson County Health Fair is scheduled for March, but plan now to have blood screenings done in Buffalo next week, and in Kaycee later this month.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is backing House Bill 19, the “Sales Tax From Remote Vendor” bill, which would implement a sales tax on internet sales in the state.

The Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming will be offering an “Off-Premise TIPS Training” class this Saturday in Buffalo.

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