Buffalo

Annual Winter Sale Will Benefit Local Habitat For Humanity

A Buffalo church will be hosting a sale of winter-themed items this weekend with the proceeds from the sale going to benefit Habitat For Humanity of Johnson County.

Pickleball Club Completes Renovations of City-Owned Courts

The Cloud Peak Pickleball Club has completed the renovations and upgrades to the city-owned old tennis courts near the Buffalo Children's Center, to make them useable for “pickleball,” a game similar to tennis, but more suitable for older adults.

Plan Now For Buffalo's Drug Take-Back Day

Buffalo's fall Drug Take-Back Day is coming up on Saturday, October 28th, so plan now to take those unused, unwanted, or expired medications to safely and responsibly dispose of them.

Missing Woman In Bighorn Mountains Found Deceased

A Kentucky woman missing in the Bighorn Mountains west of Buffalo since Monday has been found deceased, according to Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek.

Representative Madden on State Revenue Picture

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Interim Revenue Committee has been tasked with developing a plan for the State to generate more revenue to make up for the lack of revenue caused by the downturn in the mineral extraction industry.

Wyoming Nonprofits Receive Nearly $1 Million in Grants

Nonprofits throughout Wyoming recently received nearly $1 million in grants through the Wyoming Community Foundation. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

JOCO First Seeks To Sell Properties

JOCO First is looking to sell some of the properties they own to raise capital for ongoing projects at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center, and have approached the county commissioners for permission to do so.

Public Lands Workshop Tonight In Buffalo

The Council for the Bighorn Range will be holding a workshop tonight in Buffalo to discuss and present information on public lands owned by the Federal government and the proposed legislation that may transfer management of those lands to the state level.

Buffalo's Pumpkin Festival Scheduled For October 21st

The Wages Group law firm and Nick Smith at Farm Bureau Insurance will be putting on the annual Pumpkin Festival on Saturday, October 21st in Buffalo.

Council Gets Thank You, Pickleball Update, OKs Catering

Sharon Nadeau, Director of the Buffalo Downtown Association, came to the latest city council meeting to speak to the council and thank them and city employees for their efforts to help the organization with their downtown events during this past summer.

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