Aaron Palmer


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Chamber's 'Button Strut' Saturday In Buffalo

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, along with many local businesses will be kicking off the Holiday shopping season by having their annual “Button Strut” this Saturday in Buffalo.

Buffalo Council Approves Mayor's Board Appointment

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson made a recommendation to the council for Cathy Bradley to fill a vacant position on the city/county Board Lodging Tax Joint Powers Board.

BHS Theater Company To Perform 'Pink Panther Strikes Again'

This weekend the Buffalo High School Theater Company will present their fall play entitled “The Pink Panther Strikes Again,” in performances tonight and again Saturday night.

Buffalo Schools to Release Kids Early

Johnson County School District One will be releasing students three hours early today, due to inclement weather.

JCSD1 Recognizes Students, Teacher Of The Year

During this week's board meeting of the Johnson County School District, students from each school and one teacher were recognized for their accomplishments.

County Commission Approves Boundary Line Adjustment

A boundary line adjustment was brought before the Johnson County Commissioners for their consideration at their regular meeting this week.

Buffalo Council Approves Fireworks, With Conditions

Fireworks for the “Light Up Buffalo” event later this month were approved by the Buffalo City Council at their meeting this week.

Johnson County Commission Amends 2016-17 Budget

Johnson County's Commissioners amended their current 2016-17 budget at their meeting Tuesday, to add funds from a number of different sources for Funds 29, 30, 41 and 47.

JCSD1 Board Transitions Outgoing, Incoming Members

Johnson County School District One said goodbye to three of their board members and welcomed three new ones during their meeting Monday night.

WWII History Program Tonight At Johnson County Library

A history program on prisoners of war from World War II will be presented tonight at 6:30 at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo.

Lobban Avenue Construction Update

Work on the Lobban Avenue reconstruction project will continue this week on both Benteen and Fetterman Streets.
Project Engineer Brent Bennett with Nelson Engineering reports that the contractor is expected to start placing curb and gutter on Benteen Street from Main Street east to the trailer court this week, weather permitting.

NWCCD Board Meeting In Buffalo Thursday

The Northern Wyoming Community College District's Board of Trustees will have its November meeting this Thursday in Buffalo on the campus of Sheridan College in Johnson County.

Buffalo Council To Work Through Light Agenda Tonight

Buffalo's City Council will have a light agenda to work through at their regular meeting this evening.

The council will have a public hearing, and are expected to renew liquor license applications for establishments within the city limits.

Basque Music, Culture Celebrated By Worlds Of Music

Basque music, dance and culture were featured at this past week's many events put on by Buffalo's Worlds Of Music organization.

Local Toys For Tots Beneficiary Of Tuesday Fundraiser

A fundraiser Tuesday will be helping the Toys For Tots program of Johnson County with proceeds going to help pay for toys for kids in the county this Christmas.

Buffalo Welcomes Senator Enzi For Veterans Day

US Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming was on hand Friday in Buffalo to help celebrate Veterans Day.

Senator Enzi attended the ceremonies at the Veterans Memorial Wall in Buffalo, and afterward explained why he was in Buffalo.

Celebrate Basque Music With Worlds Of Music Today

Worlds Of Music will be celebrating Basque music today for the public to enjoy, free of charge.

This morning from 10:30 to 12:30 at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center, the group OSPA (pronounced OH-shpuh), will be giving a music workshop featuring Basque music.

Veterans Day To Be Observed Today In Buffalo

Today is Veterans Day, and Buffalo residents will be turning out as they always do to participate in ceremonies at the Veterans Memorial downtown.

Buffalo Building Inspector Issues Permit For Modified Deck

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades reported to the city council that he had issued a building permit for a modified deck on a city property, after the council rejected their request for a variance on the project.

Buffalo Council Accepts Two Proposals On Water Projects

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook brought two proposals before the city council for their consideration at their last regular meeting, concerning recently completed city water projects.