Buffalo

At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council received a brief presentation from Sydney Rowe and Thom Gabrukiewicz with the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming, outlining the organizations' accomplishments over the last 16 months. They asked that the report be put into the public record.

Ken DeCock, Johnson County Attorney and Prosecuting Attorney, is wanting a second term in the office, and has declared his intention to seek re-election.

The annual garage sale, put on by Buffalo's Habitat For Humanity chapter, was again a success, but even more so than expected.

The “earlybird” shopping on Thursday night drew a record number of 86 shoppers, that gave a small donation to attend the sale early to get first choice of the treasures.

The Buffalo City Council also passed Resolution No. 1375 which approves a grant application to the Wyoming Business Council by the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board to study the area of town near the Highway 16/Interstate 90 interchange.

On Thursday, the Kaycee Boys and Girls Club had an official grand opening for their new location at the Red Wall Community Center.

Saturday marked the first day of the Buffalo Youth Baseball Season and the first time the teams will be playing at the new Buffalo Sports Fields Complex--a project that has been in the works through the City of Buffalo, as well as the Johnson County Commissioners and Recreation District for the past several years.

The Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council has opened registration for a one-of-a-kind bookmaking experience. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Annually, she said, these reports will be provided to every community in the state.

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