Aaron Palmer

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Buffalo Council Approves Liquor License Transfer

A transfer of a liquor license request came before Buffalo's City Council during their regular meeting Tuesday.

Johnson County Accepts Contract for TANF Funding

Johnson County's Commissioners accepted a final contract for funding for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF Grant on behalf of three agencies providing services in the county.

Sheridan County Accepts FEMA Grant Agreement

The Sheridan County Commission voted to accept a Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, grant agreement for funding from the State Office of Homeland Security.

Historical Society Offers Talk on Mountain Man

The Johnson County Historical Society will offer its kickoff program for the 2019-2020 season next week at the library in Buffalo.

Harvest Hoedown Fundraiser September 8

This year's Harvest Hoedown, put on by St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Buffalo, will be Sunday, September 8th at Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo.

County P&Z Meeting Tuesday in Buffalo

The Johnson County Planning & Zoning Commission will have their September meeting Tuesday night in Buffalo.

Buffalo Business Features New Age Products, Holistic Health

The Purple Door, a new business in Buffalo, offers holistic healing, new age products and metaphysical supplies, and classes about all that is offered there.

Deadline For Sussex History Tour This Weekend

The deadline to sign up for a history tour offered by the Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee is this weekend.

'Wyoming Wildlife' Quilt Drawing November 9th

The Buffalo Quilting Gals are raffling one of their quilts to raise funds for a program for local veterans, and the drawing for the raffle is coming November 9th.

Mayor Provides Update on Buffalo Business Park

The Office of Buffalo Mayor Shane Schrader released an update on the Buffalo Business Park project from Nelson Engineering.

City, County Team to Upgrade YMCA

The Johnson County Family YMCA in Buffalo is currently undergoing some needed work that will extend the life of the building.

'Voice of Democracy' Contest Offers Chance at Scholarships

Buffalo's local Veterans of Foreign Wars, or VFW Post 2469 is urging students to participate in the annual “Voice of Democracy” contest for a chance to win various scholarships, and a chance at the $30,000 grand prize scholarship given to the National Champion.

Buffalo Police, Sheriff Arrest Colorado Robbery Suspect

Law enforcement from the Buffalo Police Department, along with the Johnson County Sheriff's Office, arrested a suspect thought to be involved in a robbery in Colorado.

Sheridan Commission Reminds Residents of Fire Restrictions

During their last regular meeting, Sheridan County Commissioner Mike Nickel, wanted to remind county residents of the recent partial fire restrictions passed by the commission that went into effect on August 12th.

Presentation on Plains Horses at Kearney Hall September 7th

A free presentation about horses on the plains by Dr. Cody Newton will be offered on Saturday, September 7th at the Kearney Hall near Story.

Johnson County Updated on WYDOT STIP Projects

Representatives from the Wyoming Department of Transportation, WYDOT, were at the recent Johnson County Commissioners' meeting to update them on the current STIP, or State Transportation Improvement Projects planned for the county through 2024, totaling just under $22 million at this point.

Sheridan Commission Denies Liquor License Application

During their recent regular meeting the Sheridan County Commission denied an application for a new retail liquor license for Harry Washut at the Corner Store in Story.

Reserve Spots Now For Sussex History Tour

The Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee will be offering the first tour of the Sussex area on September 7th, but the deadline to register for the tour is September 1st.

Sheridan County OKs Power Line Installation

A request for a license agreement for installation of a power distribution line was approved by the Sheridan County Commission at their last meeting.

Sheridan County Affirms Decision on Story Public Right-of-Way

As part of their consent agenda during their last regular meeting, the Sheridan County Commission ratified the Final Order of the proposed vacation of a right-of-way in the First Addition to the Town of Lodore.