Buffalo

Johnson County's Commissioners were updated on the latest information on the upcoming Active Shooter Training Sessions, and the forthcoming drill that are being planned.

Buffalo's City Council Approved and signed the 2016 Emergency Operating Plan, as requested by Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

Update: The Wyoming Highway Patrol has identified the driver as 52-year-old Michael Robeson of Las Vegas, Nevada. According to the patrol report, he was driving a 2001 Freightliner commercial truck pulling a trailer westbound on I-90 when a passing motorist motioned to him that some of the tires on the trailer had caught fire. After pulling over, Robeson and responding Troopers were able to dampen the fire with extinguishers but were unsuccessful in fully putting the fire out.

The Buffalo Rabies Clinic is coming up this Saturday, giving area pet owners a chance to protect their dogs and cats with low-cost vaccinations.

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved an application to expand a Bentonite mine near Kaycee by 290 acres over its current size.

We now have an update on the closure of Interstate 90 between Buffalo and Sheridan that was first broadcast as caused by a crash due to a notice on the Wyoming Department of Transportation website. Sheridan Media has now spoken to a representative of the transportation department. Spokeswoman Ronda Holwell says the roadway is now open.

During his report to the city council this week, Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder was asked how much damage was done to a police vehicle during a recent incident where it was run into by another driver.

The first baby born in Johnson County came into the world at the Johnson County Healthcare Center on January 2nd, a full 10 days past her due date.

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