Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis
Buffalo's Crazy Days celebration will be this weekend downtown and in Crazy Woman Square. The fun will begin Friday as merchants spill out of their stores and onto the sidewalks with special pricing on goods and will stay open late into the evening.
In an effort by the United States Postal Service to reduce post offices by one in every 10 nationwide, 37 offices in Wyoming including several Sheridan and Buffalo area locations, are under review for closure.
A cow pie-themed 9-hole golf scramble will kick off the 35th annual Dayton Days this weekend in the 10th annual Cow Pie Classic on Thursday. A myriad of events will continue throughout the weekend including live music, competitions and plenty of food.
Johnson County has a new agreement with Volunteers of America for them to provide juvenile detention services for the county's youth.
The county commissioners approved the contract drawn by county attorney Ken DeCock after discussions during their meeting last week.
Students peruse each other's materials at the awards ceremony Monday night.
Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Big Horns' Buffalo Chapter hosted an awards ceremony Monday night to honor those local students who participated in their architectural and advertising contests for the Habitat Houses program.
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