Buffalo

Buffalo City Mechanic Retiring, Search For Replacement On

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council was informed of the pending retirement of the City Mechanic by City Works Director Les Hook.

Design Phase Continuing For JCHC 2018 Project

At their last meeting the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees were updated on the design of the 2018 project by Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward.

Sheridan Media Week in Review

Here's a look at the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News

Monday night's City Council meeting ushered in an approval for a winery license inside Wearhouse 201. Mayor, Dave Kinskey, explains it was somewhat of a contentious issue.

Home and Garden Show Today, Tomorrow

Don't forget to stop by the Home and Garden Show at the Holiday Inn today or tomorrow. More than 70 businesses will have booths set up to show you what they have to offer to improve your home.

BHS Forensics Preps For State At Cheyenne South Tournament

The Buffalo High School Forensics Team wrapped up their regular season by attending the “Stampede To State” Tournament March 1 and 2 at Cheyenne South High School.
The team placed 4th in the 3A division.

BLM Wants TransWest Line Hidden

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is looking for ways to hide a major transmission line project in southern Wyoming.

Police Seeking Info on Sheridan Assault

The Sheridan Police Department is seeking information related to a brutal assault of a 52-year-old man Wednesday morning.

USFS: 'Fight All Fires' No More

The U.S. Forest Service has stopped and dropped its 'fight all fires' approach for this year, considering the agency spent more than $1 billion battling blazes across the country last year. Last summer's Gilead Fire alone cost a total of $3.3 million.

Buffalo Police Chief Reports Sexual Assaults Increase

At this week's meeting, the Buffalo City Council got some unwelcome news concerning sexual assaults in the city from Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder.

Johnson County OKs Use Of Company For Utility Savings

At their Tuesday meeting the Johnson County Commissioners agreed to begin using an independent company to try to find savings in the utility bills.

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