Aaron Palmer

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County Approves Holiday Closure Of Extension Office

During their recent regular meeting, Johnson County's Commissioners considered a request from the County's University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Office to allow them to close during the holidays to coincide with the holiday closure at the university.

Buffalo Brew Pub Re-Brands As 'MISHAP! Brewing Company'

The former “Clear Creek Brewing Company” in Buffalo has officially changed its name to “MISHAP! Brewing Company,” after an official launch party this weekend in Buffalo.

Buffalo Police Chief On Halloween, Suicide Calls

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, in his report at Tuesday's city council at meeting, said his department was busy Halloween night with some issues not relating to children and trick-or-treating, but adults threatening suicide.

BPD Chief Reports On Halloween, Suicide Calls

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, in his report at Tuesday's city council at meeting, said his department was busy Halloween night with some issues not relating to children and trick-or-treating, but adults threatening suicide.

November 4th 'Poppy Day' In Buffalo

Friday, November 4th has been designated as the American Legion Auxiliary's “Poppy Day” in Buffalo, by proclamation from Mayor Mike Johnson, who made the announcement at this week's city council meeting.

Johnson County Library's Annual Fundraiser Tonight

The annual fundraiser for the Johnson County Library will be tonight at the library beginning with a reception at 6 o'clock.

Tarter Honored At Boys & Girls Club Breakfast

Longtime Buffalo resident Jack Tarter was honored at a breakfast sponsored by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Bighorns Thursday morning for his efforts to help establish and expand the program in Johnson County.

Commissioners Approve Purchase Of New Sheriff's Vehicle

The Johnson County Sheriff's Department will be getting a new patrol vehicle to replace one lost in an “altercation” with a cow late in 2015.

Council Given Update On Fetterman Pathway Project

Engineer Brent Bennett with Nelson Engineering of Buffalo, was asked to give an update on the Fetterman Pathway portion of the Lobban Avenue reconstruction project to the city council at Tuesday's meeting.

Buffalo Council Approves Change Order For Lobban Project

A change order for Buffalo's Lobban Avenue reconstruction project was approved by the city council at Tuesday's meeting.

Buffalo Council OK's Street Closure(s) For Veterans Day

The American Legion Powder River Post No. 13 in Buffalo made a request of the city council to allow a street closure for the upcoming Veterans Day ceremonies on November 11th.

Tarter To Be Honored At B&G Club Breakfast Thursday

Longtime Buffalo resident Jack Tarter will be honored at this week's inaugural Awards and Recognition Breakfast for the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Bighorns.

Commissioners Appoint New Member For Gatchell Board

One member on the board of the Jim Gatchell Museum submitted his resignation recently, and the county commissioners have appointed a new member to replace him to serve out his remaining term.

800-Plus Participate In Buffalo's Monster March

Buffalo's Monster March happened Halloween afternoon as more than 800 kids dressed as ghosts, goblins, superheroes and princesses paraded through downtown trick-or-treating and showing off their costumes.

County Names Nelson Engineering For Planning Of Trail

Jonson County's selection committee has awarded the contract for planning of the South Bypass Trail to Nelson Engineering of Buffalo.

Preliminary Contract Given For Dredging At Lake DeSmet

Johnson County Road and Bridge reported to the county commissioners that they had received a preliminary contract from the Wyomng Game and Fish Commission for a dredging project at Lake DeSmet.

A Halloween Tradition: Buffalo's Monster March Tonight

The annual Halloween tradition in Buffalo, the Monster March, will be this afternoon downtown.

Tonight's Buffalo Halloween Events Are Spooky Fun

Halloween will be celebrated with many events tonight in Buffalo, highlighted by the annual traditional Monster March this afternoon.

BDA Thanks City For Successful Summer, Fall Events

Buffalo's City Council as well as city crews were thanked for the use of, and the work to maintain and clean Crazy Woman Square during the various summer and fall events that were staged there.

Tonight's Buffalo Halloween Events Kick Off A Fun Weekend

Halloween celebrations get underway this evening in Buffalo and will continue through Halloween, Monday night.