The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo has had an interesting spring, dealing with funding issues, the resignation of its director and finding ways to stay open for as many hours and days as possible with a short-handed staff.
Johnson County's Commissioners agreed, after discussing the issue, to give an additional $30,000 to support the Critical Air Service Team, or C.A.S.T. at the Sheridan County Airport, but on a split 2-1 vote.
In what was called a “senior prank gone awry,” the Kaycee School was shut down Sunday evening and part of Monday morning while officials investigated a terrible smell emanating from the high school wing of the building.
Sheridan College in Johnson County (SCJC) is facing a budget shortfall for the upcoming fiscal year, and college officials are looking into options to cut corners, including the possibility of moving out of their current location in the Bomber Mountain Civic Center.
Johnson County will be charging more for requests for public information that end up a lengthy, time and resource consuming proposition, after discussing and acting on a Resolution concerning documents under the Freedom Of Information Act at their last regular meeting.
BDA Director Sharon Nadeau with one of the A-frame style ad boards.
Buffalo Downtown Association Director Sharon Nadeau gave a presentation before the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting, to show off some new signage that can be used by businesses or other entrepreneurs for advertising purposes downtown or in or near Crazy Woman Square.
Sylvia Bruner, Interim Director of the Jim Gatchell Museum, spoke to the Johnson County Commissioners at their regular meeting this week, to update them on what has happened in the last couple of weeks at the museum.
Dave Simonsen, representing Jo Co First, spoke with the Buffalo City Council at a recent meeting, updating them on the Northeast Wyoming Growth Alliance, which he said was the new name of the Tri-Cities Regional Economic Development Group.
Buffalo Planning Director Lynn Barrett, during her report to the city council at their last meeting, updated them on the nearly finished Sign Ordinance, a couple of grant applications and the latest issues from the Planning and Zoning Commission.