Buffalo Council Approves Contracts With Nelson Engineering

Contracts for engineering services were approved by the Buffalo City Council at this week's meeting.

'Tree of Lights' Ceremony December 9th At JCHC

Johnson County Healthcare Center will host their annual “Tree of Lights” community memorial service on next Sunday at their facility, according to Shanda Rodriguez, with the facility's Home Health and Hospice program.

Gordon Elected As 33rd Governor of Wyoming

Mark Gordon of Buffalo became the 33rd Governor of the State of Wyoming after winning the general election Tuesday.

Elk Populations Booming Ahead of Hunting Season

WyoFile.com- As elk hunting season begins sportsmen and -women will find — or seek to find — more than 104,800 elk in the state, a figure 31 percent above Wyoming Game and Fish Department objectives.

Analysis: Friess Chooses National Issues for Governor’s Race Announcement

WyoFile.com- Jackson based GOP megadonor Foster Friess announced his candidacy for governor recently following a wide-ranging and seemingly unscripted speech at the Wyoming Republican Party Convention.

Facilities Manager Keeps County Buildings In Good Shape

Johnson County Facilities Manager Kim Glasgow has had a busy 2017, keeping the county's buildings in working order and repairing items as needed.

Vintage Strings To Perform Christmas Music At Library

The Johnson County Library in Buffalo will host an evening of Christmas music, refreshments and camaraderie tonight featuring the Vintage Strings.

Pot Penalties Could Expand

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WyoFile.com- The Joint Judiciary Committee is scheduled to consider two bills that could close an edible marijuana “loophole,” clearing the way for more felony pot prosecut

Could Bannon’s Prince Disrupt Wyoming’s GOP?

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WyoFile.com-A former chairman of the Wyoming Republican Party said Erik Prince and his anti-establishment backer, Steve Bannon, don’t understand Wyoming, and their entry into a senate race could damage political discourse here.

Lawmakers Skip Revenue Meeting for Phoenix Convention

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WyoFile.com- Three lawmakers on the Joint Revenue Committee missed a committee meeting about new options for the state’s fiscal situation in Buffalo in order to attend a convention on changing the U.S. Constitution in Phoenix last week.

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