Buffalo

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Hill's Case

The Wyoming Supreme Court has agreed to hear the lawsuit filed by state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill.

Hill is suing the state and Gov. Matt Mead over a new law that took away many of her powers and duties.

Representative Madden: Feds Prompted Raising Fuel Tax

At the Buffalo City Council meeting Tuesday night, State Representative for House District 40, Mike Madden, explained the State Legislature's reasoning behind their controversial raising the state's fuel tax, saying rumors out of Washington, D.C. had suggested they do so to maintain Federal money coming back to the state.

Buffalo Chamber's Small Business Expo Friday and Saturday

The annual Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Small Business Expo will be begin this Friday, April 5th and continue Saturday the 6th at the Johnson County Fairgrounds Community Building.

NEWY Looking For Funding For Congressional Tours

The North East Wyoming Municipal Leaders, or NEWY, are looking for help from governmental agencies to fund upcoming Congressional tours of the area.

Local Vet: Lookout for Laminitis

Sprigs of green grass are shooting up in pastures in Sheridan County, and that fact isn't lost on the horses.

MIT Estimates Sheridan's Living Wage

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT, has released statistics for the cost of living around the nation with customized statistics for the City of Sheridan.

UW Makes Wildfire Survival Guide

After last year's harrowing wildfire season in Wyoming, it's no surprise that some landowners are dreading the arrival of a dry, hot summer.

Environmentalists Threaten Suit Over Spilled Coal (Updated)

The Sierra Club announced it plans to sue railroads and coal companies in northeastern Wyoming over coal spilled in transit.

Representative Madden Addresses Buffalo City Council

At their meeting Tuesday night, State Representative for House District 40, Mike Madden, gave a short address to the Buffalo City Council, updating them on this year's Legislative session and what they can expect from the Federal and State Governments in the coming months and years.

Planner To Organize Workshops On NW Water Line Project

Johnson County Planner Rob Yingling discussed some of his concerns with the NW Water Line Project and the pending public informational workshops for residents in the area.

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