Wyoming

Buffalo Company To Receive SBA Award

Mountain Meadow Wool will be the recipient of the SBA, or Small Business Administration's Small Business Exporter of the Year for the state and the region at a Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon today.

Buffalo Council Passes Budget On First Reading

Buffalo's City Council passed their annual appropriation bill, or budget Ordinance for fiscal year 2018, on the first of three readings at their Tuesday meeting.

Chamber Seeks Additional Funding From Johnson County

Board members and employees of the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, along with business owners from both the city and county came before the county commissioners at their Tuesday meeting to speak on behalf of the chamber and ask for additional funding through one-percent money from the commissioners.

A Look Back in Time: May 17, 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 May 17, 1917.

AgTerra President Explains What His Company Does

AgTerra Technologies of Sheridan makes collecting field data easy.

Bake Sale Helps Raise Funds for Alzheimer's

Cookies, cakes, breads and other home-baked goodies were on sale Tuesday in the lobby of the Sheridan Senior Center.

Secretary of State Murray Discusses Fee Legislation

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House Bill 267 failed to garner enough votes during the Wyoming Legislative Session that took place earlier this year in Cheyenne.

Lobban Avenue Project Scheduled For June Completion

Buffalo's Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project is progressing and is still expected to be completed next month, according to Brent Bennett with Nelson Engineering of Buffalo, who is the Project Engineer for the city.

Gatchell Exhibit On State Flag Opens Thursday

A temporary exhibit called “Wyoming's Betsy Ross: Verna Keays-Keyes” will open this Thursday at the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo.

Verna Keays-Keyes, a Buffalo resident, designed the current Wyoming Flag that was adopted by an act of the state legislature in 1917.

County Approves Drafting New Liquor Ordinances

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to approve Deputy County Attorney Barry Crago to draft new liquor ordinances that will take effect with the new fiscal year.

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