Buffalo

Johnson County School District One Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler attended his last school board meeting Monday night, and was recognized by the board of trustees for his many years of service to the district and the community.

Johnson County's Commissioners have tentatively decided to set aside funds in their upcoming budget for aerial imaging of the county, if a number of other governmental agencies decide they are on board as well.

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades, during his report to the council, was asked by councilman Russ Humphrey when the city was going to require some residents who have not done so to mow their lots.

The discussion continued.

A local arts council will be hosting a presentation in Buffalo on the barn quilt trail movement. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Local authorities are still searching for the suspect or suspects who broke into the Boys & Girls Club of the Big Horns building in Buffalo.

The Buffalo Police Department has taken delivery of a climbing wall from the Wyoming National Guard, according to Chief Jason Carder, who gave his report to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting.

Johnson County's Commissioners chose to table a decision on whether or not to abandon a stock trail easement, not specifying a particular date to re-address the issue.

The oil spill that occurred in a remote area of the Powder River Basin last month has since been burned to clean the spill from the lands affected.

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