Revenue Committee Discussing Direct Distribution Alternatives

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Revenue Interim Committee is meeting in Buffalo this week, and on Thursday discussed possible changes in how the state distributes revenue to local governments.

Buffalo Council Approves Homecoming Activities

Buffalo High School's Homecoming week is September 24th through the 28th, and many activities are planned for Wednesday the 26th, including the Homecoming Parade.

Gagliano Book Selected For National Book Festival Honor

Buffalo author Eugene Gagliano has been honored with his book “Is it True?”, a collection of humorous children's poems, as part of the 2018 National Book Festival's “Discover Great Places Through Reading” list.

HD40 Candidate Schock Speaks at Chamber Lunch

Chris Schock, candidate for the seat in State House District 40, was the featured speaker at the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Lunch on Wednesday, where those attending were able to meet him and ask questions.

JOCO First Seeking Public Input On Civic Center's Future

JOCO First will be conducting a survey during the month of October to gather input on what direction the community would like to see the organization and specifically the Bomber Mountain Civic Center move in the future.

Reserve Spots For Boys & Girls Club Recognition Breakfast

The 3rd Annual Boys & Girls Club of the Bighorns Awards and Recognition Breakfast is coming up November 8th, and those wishing to attend are asked to reserve their spots now.

City of Buffalo Crews Racing to Get Street Work Completed

Buffalo City Works crews are in the process of completing chip-and-seal work on as many streets and roads as they can before the warmer weather changes to snowy winter conditions.

Chamber Lunch Features HD40 Candidate Shock

Chris Shock, Independent candidate for State Representative of House District 40, will be the speaker at this month's Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce Luncheon on Wednesday.

DeSmet Advisory Board To Cover Many Topics At Meeting

The Lake DeSmet Advisory Board will have their next meeting this Wednesday and will discuss a number of topics including a feasibility study approved by the Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) concerning assets purchased earlier this year by the State of Wyoming.

Johnson County Approves Work On Courthouse, Annex A

The Johnson County Commission has approved work to be completed on the historic courthouse and the Annex A building, after a request was brought before them by Facilities Manager David Eads.

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