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Buffalo To Honor Fallen Veterans On Memorial Day

Memorial Day observances in Buffalo, to remember those that have died serving in the armed forces of the United States, are scheduled for Monday, Memorial Day, at 9 in the morning.

Weekend Fishing Derby Offers Fun, Prizes And Fish

This weekend's annual Buffalo Lions Club Lake DeSmet Raffle and Fishing Derby will have something fun for almost everyone to do.

County Commission Begins Process To Sell Properties

Three properties owned by the county that are essentially not usable for county business are to be sold after the commissioners voted to begin the process to liquidate them.

Buffalo Passes First Read Of Liquor Law Ordinance

Buffalo's City Council has passes its first reading of the new liquor ordinance, which will amend the city code affecting licensing and enforcement and will have two more readings before it takes effect.

Commissioners May Lease Property Near Airport

Johnson County's Commissioners are looking at possibly leasing lands they own near the county airport.

Local Shelter Still Needs Shoes For Fundraising Effort

Until next Wednesday, new, unused and unneeded shoes that still have some life left in them can be donated and benefit the St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo during their last week of their shoe drive to raise funds for the rescued dogs and cats that are housed at the no-kill shelter.

Annual Garden Club Plant Sale Saturday In Buffalo

The Town & Country Garden Club of Buffalo will be having their popular annual plant sale this Saturday in Buffalo.

Lola Pheasant, with the garden club, tells us more about the sale.

History Program To Be Presented Friday In Buffalo

A history program focusing on local fire science and technology will be given this Friday evening in Buffalo, presented by the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum.

'Pickleball' Club Wants Use Of Old City Tennis Courts

A recently-formed club in Buffalo is looking for an agreement with the city to refurbish and use the old tennis courts next to the children's center for them to play “pickleball.”

Curb, Gutter and Paving This Week on Lobban Avenue Project

Work on Buffalo's Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project is still underway and working toward a completion date at the end of June, according to the weekly progress report from Project Engineer Brent Bennett with Nelson Engineering of Buffalo.

Annual Fishing Derby This Weekend At Lake DeSmet

The 34th annual Buffalo Lions Club Fishing Derby will be happening this Memorial Day Weekend at Lake DeSmet.

Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, fishermen can purchase day passes and try their luck catching tagged fish for cash, have the opportunity to win various prizes each day and a chance at the weekend's grand prize.

Buffalo Council Accepts Compliance Check Grants

The Buffalo Police Department will now have funding to perform more alcohol and tobacco compliance checks, after the city council voted to accept grant funding from the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming (PMO).

Johnson County Nonprofits, Others Urged To Apply For Grants

Nonprofit organizations in Johnson County are encouraged to apply for grant funding from the Hazel Patterson Memorial Donor Advised Fund through the Wyoming Community Foundation.

Habitat Garage Sale Raises Estimated $20,000

The annual garage sale put on by Habitat for Humanity of Johnson County was this past weekend, and raised an estimated $20,000 for the organization over it's four-day run.

County Commission OK's Kearney Hall Subdivision

Johnson County's Commissioners, at a recent regular meeting, approved the Final Plat for the Kearney Hall Minor Subdivision, after hearing a presentation from County Planner Jim Waller.

Buffalo Council Approves Three To Local Boards

Three people have been approved to serve on separate boards for the City of Buffalo, after the city council voted them in at their last regular meeting, on the recommendation of Mayor Mike Johnson.

Buffalo Council Denies Request For Sewer Rate Restructure

The Buffalo City Council has opted to not grant a request from a local business owner wanting the city to restructure their sewer rates, or to designate his car wash as a “green business” and allow him a lower sewer rate, if they were not willing or able to currently re-structure the rates in general.

Free Landfill Days Continues Today, Saturday

The annual Free Landfill Days for both the City of Buffalo and Johnson County will continue today and wrap up on Saturday.

Local Wool Mill Recognized By Small Business Association

Buffalo's Mountain Meadow Wool, and owner Karen Hostetler, were recognized as the Small Business Association (SBA) “State of Wyoming and Region 8 Exporter of the Year” in a presentation at a luncheon hosted by the chamber of commerce Wednesday.

Johnson County Commissioners Get First Look At Budget

Johnson County Clerk Vicki Edelman presented the commissioners with her draft budget during their Tuesday meeting, and the commissioners will now begin discussions and meetings to make adjustments to the budget before it is finalized in July.