Public Health Discusses Flu, STD's With Commissioners

The State of Wyoming has seen 19 confirmed cases of influenza so far this season, which is a low number of incidents, according to Johnson County Public Health Nurse Trish Thompson, who gave the county commissioners an update on the virus at a recent meeting.

Buffalo Council Approves Fireworks For BDA Event

The Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA)'s annual Light Up Buffalo event has been approved to shoot off fireworks to help kick off the Christmas shopping season after the city council voted at their recent meeting to allow the fireworks Thanksgiving weekend.

Annual Senior Center Cookoff Features Apple Dishes

This Friday the Buffalo Senior Center will host their 11th annual cook-off contest, which will this year feature apple dishes of all kinds.

Buffalo Kids Enjoy Annual Pumpkin Festival

Hundreds of kids participated in the annual Pumpkin Festival Saturday in Buffalo.
It was a chance for them to enjoy games, lunch, and of course, decorate some pumpkins in time for Halloween.

'Strut Your Mutt' And Help The Local Animal Shelter

Raising funds to help your local animal shelter can be as easy as walking your dog.
That is the idea behind a fundraising event called “Strut Your Mutt,” which the St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo is participating in.

Buffalo Council Approves Monster March Street Closure

Jennifer McCormick with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce brought a request before the Buffalo City Council for a street closure downtown during the annual Monster March coming up later this month.
The council approved the request.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 21, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Oct. 21, 1917.

Occidental's Haunted Tours Begin Tonight

The Occidental Hotel in Buffalo will be offering their first in a series of "Haunted Hotel Tours” tonight, with more tours offered tomorrow night and again next Friday and Saturday.

Buffalo Council Rejects Bald Mountain's Proposals

Buffalo's City Council amended their meeting agenda Tuesday to add a discussion and possible action on proposals presented to them by Bald Mountain Sanitation concerning the contract he has with the city for garbage removal.

Leadership Jo Co Featured At Chamber Lunch

Wednesday's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon focused on Leadership Johnson County.

Ashlea Bassett, Services Specialist at Sheridan College in Johnson County, and also part of the leadership program, gave a presentation on the third group of future leaders that recently graduated from the program,

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