Some people get their Christmas shopping done early. Others wait until the last few days, or even until Christmas Eve, to complete their Christmas lists.

For the 61st year, the North American Aerospace Defense Command, better known as NORAd, will be tracking Santa Claus himself tonight. NORAD isn’t the only organization tracking Saint Nick as Google and other sites will have a similar tracker available for the public’s viewing.

Wyoming is currently facing a $400 million shortfall in education funding and State budget analysts have estimated the deficit could grow to $1.8 billion by 2022.

Tomosynthesis, the 3D mammography screening program that Sheridan Memorial Hospital is considering buying, can detect 40 percent more breast cancers in men and women.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, during his report to the city council this week, said recent alcohol compliance checks by his officers yielded only one sale to a minor, which he called a “great accomplishment” compared to when they began doing the checks just a few years ago.

Buffalo's Caring & Sharing programs have done “really well” this Christmas season, according to Chamber of Commerce CEO Angela Fox.

Funds received from the State Lands and Investments Board have been set aside for the Johnson County Library for maintenance of the facility.

The City of Buffalo has two new police officers after they took their Oaths of Office at the city council meeting Tuesday night.

Officers Randel Brown and Kevin Valentine were sworn before the council, the public and friends and family by Municipal Judge Mary Hupy.

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