Aaron Palmer

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Clean Audit For City of Buffalo

The City of Buffalo has received a clean audit for fiscal year 2018, according to Chelsea Feeman, with Cloud Peak Accounting.

Johnson County Appoints Four to Advisory Group

The Johnson County Commission has approved four people from the county to be a part of an advisory group that will work with the US Forest Service to tackle issues facing the the Forest Service on the Bighorn National Forest.

Pancake Supper To Benefit Senior Center's Meal Delivery Program

The Buffalo Senior Center will be hosting an open house and all-you-can-eat pancake supper Friday night, with proceeds raised going to benefit the center's home delivered meals program.

Buffalo Council Allocates $250K in 1% Funding

The Buffalo City Council has allocated $250,000 for this year's annual contribution to agencies seeking 1% funding.

Commissioner Novotny Says State of the County 'Is Strong'

Johnson County Commissioner Bill Novotny gave the annual State of the County Address at Wednesday's Chamber of Commerce Luncheon in Buffalo.

Amended Contract Between Sheridan County, DOH Approved

Sheridan County's Commissioners reviewed and discussed an amended contract between the county and the Wyoming Department of Health's Public Health Division.

Buffalo Awards Contract For Detention Pond Project

Buffalo's City Council awarded the contract for the Dump Draw Detention Pond project at their meeting Tuesday night.

Sheridan Commission Approves Brinton's Liquor License

The Sheridan County Commission has approved a retail liquor license application from the New Museum at the Bradford Brinton Ranch in Big Horn.

Free Tax Help Available In Buffalo Thursday

Help for low to moderate income people in rural Wyoming to prepare their tax returns is available through a program from Wyoming Free Tax Service.

February Women's Health Forum Thursday

The Women's Health Forum for the month of February will be offered this Thursday, but those wanting to attend need to register Tuesday.

One Cent Special Purpose Tax Begins in April

The City of Buffalo had a ballot measure in the November 2018 election for a special purpose one-cent tax that would pay for improvements and infrastructure of city streets and roads, which the voters in the county approved.

County Will Now Charge For Fingerprint Cards

Johnson County will now charge a $5 fee for fingerprint cards, after the county commission approved a request from the sheriff's office to set the fee.

Buffalo Chamber Director To Retire This Month

Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director/CEO Mark Smith will retire at the end of the month, and the search for a new director has already begun.

Sheridan Commission to Work Through Light Agenda

The Sheridan County Commission will work through a light agenda Tuesday morning.

'State of the County' To Be Given at Chamber Lunch

Johnson County Commissioner Bill Novotny will be giving the annual “State of the County” address at this month's Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.

Class For Younger Drivers Designed To Save Lives

A class to be offered in Buffalo next week may save lives and may also qualify for a discount from insurance companies for younger drivers.

Pickleball Group Seeks Permission, Funding To Expand Courts

Cloud Peak Pickleball of Buffalo is looking to increase the number of courts they have to play on from their current three courts they have at the old tennis courts near the Buffalo Childrens' Center.

House Bill 82 Passes Third Reading In Senate

On Thursday the Wyoming Senate passed House Bill 82 on third reading, after removing it from the consent list for further comment.

'12 Angry Jurors' Performances This Weekend in Buffalo

Buffalo's Creekside Performing Arts will present their spring play “12 Angry Jurors” in three performances this weekend in Buffalo.

Committee Reaches Deal on Supplemental Budget

A conference committee has reached a supplemental budget deal, according to State Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan.