Aaron Palmer

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Councilman Gives Update on Veterans Nursing Facility

The skilled nursing facility that was awarded to Buffalo by the State of Wyoming last year was originally scheduled to begin construction sometime in 2021 but the entire project has been moved up by one year, according to Buffalo City Councilman Travis Lawrence.

Locals Seek Support for Suicide Hotline

The Buffalo City Council and Johnson County Commission were approached recently by local suicide prevention specialists to seek their help in getting a local call center for a suicide hot line.

'Cinderella' Performances Saturday

The Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) along with Buffalo's Creekside Performing Arts will present “Cinderella” during two performances this Saturday in Buffalo.

Sheridan Airport Gets Contract for Engineering Services

The Sheridan County Airport has entered into a contract with Morrison-Maierle, Inc. to provide professional engineering services over the next five years for numerous airport improvement projects.

JCSD1 Board Approves Employment, Other Requests

The Johnson County School Board approved a number of items in their Consent Agenda at their meeting this week.

Historical Society to Give Program on Auschwitz

On the 75th Anniversary of the liberation of the extermination camp at Auschwitz the Johnson County Historical Society will present a program of historical significance and remembrance.

JCSD1 Board Accepts Bid for BHS Ag Shop Expansion

During their meeting Monday, the Board of Trustees for Johnson County School District One accepted a bid for the ag shop expansion project at Buffalo High School.

Sheridan County Amends Liquor License Rules

The Rules and Regulations Governing the Licensing of Liquor Sales has been amended by the Sheridan County Commission.

Red Grade Trail Amendment Passes County Commission

An amendment to the application for the Bureau of Land Management portion of the Red Grade Trail Project has been approved by the Sheridan County Commission after a request from the BLM.

Johnson County OKs Health Information Sharing Agreement

Johnson County has entered into an agreement that will benefit residents by sharing health information overseen by the Wyoming Department of Health.

Sheridan County Accepts Hazardous Materials Grant

A Hazardous Materials Emergency Planning Grant and a sub-agreement between the county and Sheridan Fire & Rescue have been approved by the county commission.

Traffic Stops, Security Checks Keep BPD Busy in December

The Buffalo Police Department had a fairly routine month of December, but there were a high number of some incidents that were reported.

Gatchell Fundraiser Nets $59K

The Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo gained over $59,000 in donations and matching funds during their recent fundraiser over the holiday season.

Sheridan County Sets Rules for Indigent Burials

A Resolution has been passed by the Sheridan County Commission that adopted the Rules Governing Indigent Burial Payments in the county.

CAST Elects Officers for 2020

The annual meeting of the Sheridan-Johnson Critical Air Service Group (CAST) was this past week and new officers for the group were elected.

Commission OKs Notice to Proceed for Compass Center Project

Sheridan County has approved the Notice to Proceed and approved a change order on the Compass Center project at their meeting this week.

Johnson County Welcomes New Year Baby

The first baby born in Johnson County in 2020 was born January 6th at the Johnson County Healthcare Center.

Liquor License Approved For Buffalo Pizza Hut

A Restaurant Liquor License application was approved by the Buffalo City Council during their meeting this week.

Sheridan County Gets 'Clean' Audit

Sheridan County government received a “clean” audit report and the county commission accepted the findings of the auditors at their meeting this week.

Buffalo PD to Adhere to State, Local Laws on Tobacco Sales

The recent move by the federal government to set the age for purchasing tobacco products at 21 years of age won't affect how the Buffalo Police Department deals with tobacco sales in the city. Yet.