Buffalo

Gov. Mead Calls Energy Initiatives Proposed by Public "Innovative"

We previously reported that Wyoming Governor Matt Mead was asking for public input on the state's energy strategy moving forward.

Counterfeit $20 Bills Have Been Found in Johnson County

The Johnson County Sheriff's Office has alerted the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce that several counterfeit $20 bills have been found in the area. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

HIV and STD Connection

According to a Wyoming Department of Heath representative, the connection between HIV infection and the presence of other sexually transmitted diseases is likely an overlooked area of HIV prevention.

Buffalo City Council Updated On Various Projects

Buffalo Public Works Director Les Hook and City/County Engineer Wayne Hill updated the city council on various projects at the last council meeting.

SCJC Offers Gingerbread Workshop Saturday In Buffalo

Sheridan College in Johnson County will have their annual Gingerbread Workshop this Saturday, December 1st at the Campus on South Main Street.

The workshop will be from 10 to 11:30am.

Buffalo Resident Discovers Human Skull While Installing Post

Buffalo resident Randy Moses was just digging a hole to install a mailbox post when he made an interesting discovery in his yard. He found a human skull in the hole he was digging, according to his wife, Heather Moses.

Johnson County Caring And Sharing Programs Underway

Every Holiday season the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce involves themselves in numerous events but also in the many Caring and Sharing Programs that benefit those in the community that need them.

Teachers, Students Wanted For Carousel Learning Center

The New Cowboy Carousel Center, which will be located at the old Beutler Building on North Lobban Street, is looking for teachers to teach and students to learn any subject where they can be brought together.

Sheridan Veteran Receives Posthumous Awards for WWII Service

A former Sheridan resident and World War II veteran, Charles R. Johnson, was honored posthumously by Senator Mike Enzi this month after the U.S. Army lost paperwork documenting his heroic achievements. Chris Foy has the story.

Buffalo Council Discusses Capital Improvements Plan

At a workshop Monday evening, the Buffalo City Council and many department heads met to discuss Capital Improvement Projects for this fiscal year and to plan for the next few years.

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