Buffalo

Everyone should be able to enjoy their high school prom, but with the downturn in the economy, many in the area are facing the reality that prom may not be affordable.

Employees of the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will now be eligible to receive contributions for their retirement in the state's pension plan from their employer after getting approval by the Johnson County Commissioners.

Dr. Laurie S. Nichols, the 26th President of the University of Wyoming, will make a stop in Buffalo this coming Monday to meet with local residents from 7:15 to 9 in the morning at the Cowboy Carousel Center's Steamboat and Comanche Room.

Buffalo's City Council has been working on their budget for the upcoming 2017-18 fiscal year through special meetings they have scheduled during the month of April.

Johnson County and Volunteers of America (VOA) have agreed to extend their contracts for the coming year for VOA to continue providing drug court and juvenile detention services for the county.

Aspiring poets or those that want to improve their skills can participate in a workshop this Friday and Saturday in Buffalo during the WyoPoets 2017 Spring Workshop.

A number of organizations that have received optional one-percent funds in Johnson County have unused money sitting in accounts they were unaware of, according to discussions at recent county commission and Buffalo City Council meetings.

Health Insurance deductibles for employees of the City of Buffalo will go up this coming year, after the city council voted to approve renewing their current policy with Wyoming Educator's Benefit Trust (WEBT) with the accepted changes.

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