Buffalo

UPDATE: We just received a call from Sheridan County Deputy Coroner Kevin Sessions saying his department did not handle a fatality in relation to the crash.

Buffalo Author Steve Rzasa has completed and recently released his newest novel, a collaboration entitled “A Man Disrupted.”

He and co-author Vox Day released the book earlier this month through publisher Marcher Lord Press.

Buffalo's City Council discussed parking at Crazy Woman Square after City Attorney Ben Kirven brought the subject up during his report at their last meeting.

This week we will be looking back at the top stories of 2013 that happened in Johnson County.

Today we will look at the stories from January through March of 2013.

UPDATE (3:15pm) - The Wyoming Department of Transportation reopened Interstate 90 between Sheridan and Buffalo at approximately 1:30 pm.
Conditions are slick with limited visibility. Motorists are reminded to slow down and drive with caution.

UPDATE - A multiple vehicle crash at Piney Creek has resulted in the closure of Interstate 90 in both the east and west-bound lanes between Sheridan and Buffalo.

Emergency vehicles are still on the scene at this time.

Trevor Moon, representing North Wyoming Insurance in Buffalo, gave a presentation to the city council at their last meeting on their annual insurance policy costs and found they could save nearly $35,000 by changing providers.

Deputy County Attorney Barry Crago gave a quick update on the Muddy Creek re-alignment to the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting, saying not much had been figured out yet, but they were continuing to work on the issue.

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