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Buffalo Council OKs Funds, Plans For Longmire Days

The Buffalo City Council approved a contract for services between the city and the Chamber of Commerce and also earmarked $5,000 in support of the chamber bringing Longmire Days to Buffalo later this summer.

Buffalo Girl Wins State Pageant, Will Compete For National Title

Ashlyn Braley. Photo credit: Dreaming Hollow Photography. Used By permission of the family.

Buffalo High School sophomore Ashlyn Braley was crowned as “Miss Junior Teen Wyoming United States” this past spring, and will now move on to the national competition in Washington, D.C. this month to compete against 49 other girls representing their states for the title of “Miss Junior Teen United States.”

County Accepts Work Performed On Judicial Center

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved and signed off on work performed on the circuit courtroom in the new judicial center.

Prepare For Wednesday's Buffalo Farmers Market

The (BDA) Buffalo Downtown Association's Farmers Market featuring area produce, local crafts and food, will continue this Wednesday afternoon from 5 to 7pm in Crazy Woman Square.

Buffalo Council Amends Contract With CPG Engineering

During their last regular meeting, the Buffalo City Council discussed amending the existing contract with CPG Engineering of Buffalo, due to delays by Northstar Energy and Construction on the NW Water Line Project.

Johnson County Amends, Renews Various Contracts

Johnson County's Commissioners have amended and approved contracts the county has for a tower lease at the airport and for juvenile detention services.

Good Turnout For Gatchell's Living History Day

A good turnout of attendees greeted those putting on the annual Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Living History Day that happened this past Saturday in Buffalo.

City Of Buffalo Vacates Alleyway In Mountain View Addition

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, approved on third and final reading an Ordinance vacating an an alleyway in the Mountain View Addition to the city.

Annual Gatchell Living History Day Today In Buffalo

One of Buffalo's favorite annual events will be happening today at the Jim Gatchell Museum.

The annual Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Living History Day is scheduled today from 9am until 2pm at the museum in Buffalo, with activities and exhibits both inside the museum and outside on the courthouse lawn.

Buffalo Council Opts To Keep Holland Street A Two-Way

Buffalo's City Council, at this week's meeting, chose to keep East Holland Street a two-way street instead of making it a one-way as requested by the owners of the Mansion House Inn and Motel.

Board of Equalization Dismisses Tax Protests

During their regular meeting this week, the Johnson County Commissioners, acting as the County Board of Equalization (BOE), dismissed two tax protests filed by county resident Clyde Snell concerning their property tax assessment.

Buffalo Senior Center's Chili Cook-off This Saturday

The third annual Buffalo Senior Center's Father's Day Chili Cook-off will be happening this Saturday, June 20th in Buffalo.

Details On Buffalo's $12 Million Budget

At their Tuesday meeting, Buffalo's City Council approved the appropriations, or budget bill for fiscal year 2016.

Ordinance No. 1378 set the budget for just over $12 million, an increase of nearly $65,000 over its second reading.

Annual Gatchell Living History Day Saturday In Buffalo

Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo.

The annual Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Living History Day is this Saturday at the museum in Buffalo, with activities and exhibits both inside the museum and outside on the courthouse lawn.

A Closer Look At Johnson County's One-Percent Allocations

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their Tuesday meeting, allocated most of their one-percent funds, but chose to hold the amount for the Boys and Girls Club to review their budget more closely.

Buffalo Council Adopts $12 Million Budget

At Tuesday's regular meeting, Buffalo's City Council approved Ordinance No. 1378, the appropriations, or budget bill for the next fiscal year beginning July 1st.

Johnson County Makes One-Percent Allocations

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their regular Tuesday meeting, allocated the majority of their one-percent funds after reviewing the recommendations from the one-percent committee.

Carousel Center's Micro-theater Grand Opening Tonight

The Cowboy Carousel Center will be celebrating the Grand Opening of the Micro-theater tonight in Buffalo, with a gathering the public is invited to attend.

Buffalo Planner's Report To City Council

Buffalo Planning Director Lynn Barrett gave her report to the city council at their last meeting, updating them on a number of items ranging from the ongoing water study to recreation grants and a request for a conditional use permit.

Johnson County Commissioners Schedule Full Day On Agenda

Johnson County's Commissioners have a full agenda scheduled for their second meeting of June today, and will discuss topics ranging from WYDOT's STIP Program to budget issues.