Aaron Palmer


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Buffalo Employee Health Insurance Premiums Increase

City of Buffalo employees' health insurance premiums saw an 8% increase for the coming year, according to discussions at Tuesday's city council meeting.

Buffalo Approves Ordinance Revising Garbage Collection

Buffalo's City Council approved ion first reading an ordinance revising city code concerning garbage, trash, and waste collection practices within the city.

Trial Date Set For Former Buffalo Chamber CEO

The pre-trial conference and trial date has been set for former Buffalo Chamber of Commerce CEO Angela Fox, who has been charged with theft from her former employer.

Child Abuse, Neglect Awareness Featured At Chamber Lunch

The Compass Center of both Sheridan and Johnson Counties was the featured organization at Wednesday's Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

Buffalo Council Approves Full 8-Mill Levy

The Buffalo City Council has approved a Resolution to determine the amount of taxes to be collected for municipal use for the fiscal year ending June 30th, 2019.

Deadline Friday For Gatchell's History Conference

The Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum will present a history conference next week that will focus on the “Black and Yellow Trail,” but the deadline to register is Friday, April 20th.

Buffalo Council Passes Resolution For Special-Purpose Tax

The Buffalo City Council, at Tuesday's meeting, approved a Resolution that will, if backed by the other governmental agencies in the county, put a proposition on the November ballot for a one-percent special purpose tax.

Traditional Scottish, Irish Music Thursday In Buffalo

Traditional Scottish and Irish music will be offered to the public this Thursday, as Matthew Gurnsey, also known as “The Kilted Man,” performs at the Johnson County Library.

Buffalo Council To Get 1% Committee Recommendations

The Optional One Percent Sales Tax Committee will give their recommendations to the Buffalo City Council to award to various applicants at their Tuesday meeting.

County Commissioners Scholarship Deadline Approaching

The deadline for applying to receive a scholarship from the Johnson County Commissioners is coming this week for first year scholarships and in June for second year students.

Lake DeSmet Advisory Board To Meet Wednesday

The Lake DeSmet Advisory Board will meet this Wednesday, April 18th at 11:30 in the morning instead of their regular 3pm meeting time.

USFS Open House Thursday In Buffalo

The Bighorn National Forest is hosting an open house that will feature the new Forest Supervisor Andrew K. Johnson this Thursday, April 19th in Buffalo.

Buffalo Mayor Makes Proclamation For Child Abuse Awareness

April was named “Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month” in the City of Buffalo by Mayor Mike Johnson at the last regular city council meeting.

RSVP Today For Wednesday's Buffalo Chamber Lunch

The Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce will have it's luncheon this Wednesday, but are asking that those interested RSVP by 5pm today.

Cloud Peak Art Exhibit Finishes Today In Buffalo

The Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council is offering their Cloud Peak Art Exhibition today at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in Buffalo.

New BDA Director Says Changes Coming To Organization

The new director of the Buffalo Downtown Association, Jon Cordonier, introduced himself to the Buffalo City Council during their last meeting.

NWMH Having Difficulties Finding Personnel

Northern Wyoming Mental Health recently attended a Johnson County Commissioner's meeting, where they assured the commissioners that concerns they had about the possibility of a scaling back or complete shut down of mental health services in Kaycee were unwarranted.

Cloud Peak Art Exhibit Tonight and Saturday In Buffalo

The Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council will present their Cloud Peak Art Exhibition tonight and Saturday at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in Buffalo.

Buffalo Council Approves JCHC Use Of Raw Water

Buffalo's City Council agreed to let the Johnson County Healthcare Center to tap into the city's raw water line for use as irrigation water for grass and other small park areas on the hospital campus.

Buffalo To Be Featured In True West Magazine

Buffalo has been chosen to be the featured town in the July issue of True West Magazine, according to the Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce.