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JCHC Board Discusses Pharmacy Remodel

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees again discussed the proposed remodel of the pharmacy that has been a meeting topic in recent months.

Buffalo's Monster March Set For Tuesday, October 31st

The annual Halloween tradition in Buffalo, the Monster March, will be happening Tuesday, October 31st.

Organization Pushes 'Wyoming Public Lands Day'

The Council For The Bighorn Range (CBR) is currently undertaking a push to protect Federally-owned public lands from coming under the management of the state, which they feel would be bad for public access and use of those lands, and are trying to raise awareness with the general public of their cause.

See 'What Haunts the Occidental' During Upcoming Tours

Rumors of strange happenings, sights and things that go bump in the night have been going around for decades about Buffalo's Occidental Hotel, and now just in time for Halloween, the centerpiece of Buffalo's downtown will offer tours of the hotel to find out what might be there.

JCHC Board Discusses Class Action, Leases, ER Coverage

During the last regular board meeting of the Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center, they discussed a number of smaller issues concerning the facility.

CBR Offers Workshop On Proposed Public Lands Transfer

The Council for the Bighorn Range held a workshop Wednesday in Buffalo to discuss and present information on public lands owned by the Federal government and the proposed legislation that, if adopted by the state and eventually by the Federal Government, would transfer management of those lands to Wyoming.

Gatchell's Fall Gathering Fundraiser Saturday In Buffalo

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will have their annual Fall Gathering fundraiser this weekend, to raise money for the Gatchell Museum Association.

Annual Winter Sale Will Benefit Local Habitat For Humanity

A Buffalo church will be hosting a sale of winter-themed items this weekend with the proceeds from the sale going to benefit Habitat For Humanity of Johnson County.

Pickleball Club Completes Renovations of City-Owned Courts

The Cloud Peak Pickleball Club has completed the renovations and upgrades to the city-owned old tennis courts near the Buffalo Children's Center, to make them useable for “pickleball,” a game similar to tennis, but more suitable for older adults.

Plan Now For Buffalo's Drug Take-Back Day

Buffalo's fall Drug Take-Back Day is coming up on Saturday, October 28th, so plan now to take those unused, unwanted, or expired medications to safely and responsibly dispose of them.

Missing Woman In Bighorn Mountains Found Deceased

A Kentucky woman missing in the Bighorn Mountains west of Buffalo since Monday has been found deceased, according to Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek.

JOCO First Seeks To Sell Properties

JOCO First is looking to sell some of the properties they own to raise capital for ongoing projects at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center, and have approached the county commissioners for permission to do so.

Public Lands Workshop Tonight In Buffalo

The Council for the Bighorn Range will be holding a workshop tonight in Buffalo to discuss and present information on public lands owned by the Federal government and the proposed legislation that may transfer management of those lands to the state level.

Buffalo's Pumpkin Festival Scheduled For October 21st

The Wages Group law firm and Nick Smith at Farm Bureau Insurance will be putting on the annual Pumpkin Festival on Saturday, October 21st in Buffalo.

Commissioners Approve Tax Corrections, Pay Bills

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a number of tax corrections for 2017, and also approved vouchers for the month at their recent regular meeting.

Johnson County P&Z Moves Meeting To October 17th

Johnson County Planning and Zoning Commission will have its monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 17th instead of today, according to County Planner Jim Waller.

Council Gets Thank You, Pickleball Update, OKs Catering

Sharon Nadeau, Director of the Buffalo Downtown Association, came to the latest city council meeting to speak to the council and thank them and city employees for their efforts to help the organization with their downtown events during this past summer.

County Awarded Homeland Security Grant Funds

Johnson County will be receiving grant funding through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) if they choose to accept the agreement for the funding.

Council Approves Tree Removal at Buffalo Children's Center

Buffalo's City Council approved a request from City Works Director Les Hook to allow him to contract with a local tree company to remove two trees from the city-owned building housing the Buffalo Children's Center.

Reserve Spots Now For B&G Club Breakfast Nov. 1

A recognition breakfast to honor Willis Swenson for his involvement with the Boys & Girls Clubs, both in Wisconsin and Wyoming is scheduled for November 1st in Buffalo, and those that want to attend the breakfast should reserve a spot now.