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Wings and Wheels Event Coming Up

The Third Annual Wings and Wheels event will be this weekend and organizer and Amy Gerlock said children will get the opportunity to fly for free once again. Wings and Wheels is sponsored by Wyoming Pilots For Christ.

Grant Applications Completed For Eastern Business Corridor

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett, in her report to the city council at their last meeting, said the grant applications to study the feasibility of a high-tech business park and a business corridor on the eastern edge of Buffalo have been completed and submitted to the state.

Celebrate Fathers Day With A Chili Cook-off

This Saturday, the Buffalo Senior Center will be sponsoring their second annual Father's Day Chili Cook-Off for those interested in putting their best recipes up against some of the best in the area.

School Board Increases Cost For Lunches

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees have voted to increase the cost of lunches for all students in the district effective for the 2014-15 school year.

Official Says Fishin’s Good

The fish are biting, right now. Anglers are catching two pound trout in Lake DeSmet, 4-5 pound tiger muskies at Healy Reservoir, and northern pike from Keyhole Reservoir, which is the only body of water in the state that has the species.

Business Leaders Learn About Loans, Exporting

The Small Business Administration is a small business owner’s resource for loans and exporting.

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City Works Rep Reports Fewer Potholes

During the last City Council meeting, Councilman Bill Hawley asked about the city's new process for sealing potholes and whether City Works Director Les Hook has seen an improvement in the number and/or severity of potholes this year.

'Battle On The Blacktop' Brings Many To Buffalo

This weekend the Johnson County Family YMCA will be hosting their annual street basketball tournament, the Battle On The Blacktop.
The event is co-sponsored by the Johnson County Tourism Association.

School Board Split On Use of Rec Board Levy Funds

The Johnson County School Board voted to set the Mill Levy for the Johnson County Recreation Board for Fiscal Year 2015 at a full mill, but not before some discussions involving the amount they should set and whether the Rec Board should have more oversight than it does when allocating funds.

SheridanWyoming.com