Aaron Palmer

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Gatchell Museum Hosting Program on Tie Hacks

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum and the Johnson County Historical Society will present a program next week called “The Life of a Tie Hack: Historic Logging Camps in the Mountains of Southern Wyoming.”

Buffalo Council Approves Purchase of KBJ Building

During their Tuesday meeting the Buffalo City Council approved the purchase of the building at 18 Plains Drive for up to $215,000.

Sheridan Commissioners Award Scholarships

At their Tuesday meeting, Sheridan County's Commissioners announced the three students that were awarded the Commissioner's Scholarship for 2019 graduates.
The scholarships are worth $1,000 for each student.

Annual Habitat 'Garage Sale' Begins Thursday

The annual garage sale fundraiser for Habitat For Humanity of Johnson County will be happening this weekend at the fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Buffalo Council to Discuss Purchase of Building

Buffalo's City Council will hold a public hearing on and discuss the purchase of a building located at 18 Plains Drive at tonight's council meeting.

Kaycee To Host 'Playday' June 8th

Organizers in Kaycee will be hosting a “Playday” for kids on Saturday, June 8th, and entries are being taken now through the day of the event.

Buffalo Pathfinders Offering Group Walks

The Buffalo Pathfinders organization will be offering group walks at area attractions in the coming weeks, and anyone interested is invited to attend.

County To Dissolve Little Goose Valley Water District

Sheridan County's Commissioners will consider and are expected to act on a Resolution that will begin the process to dissolve the Little Goose Valley Water District during their Tuesday meeting.

Plan Now For Buffalo/Johnson County Clean-Up

The annual City of Buffalo/Johnson County Spring Cleanup is coming up in just over a week, and now is the time for city and county residents to plan for and get vouchers to get their properties cleaned up and have the landfill fee picked up by the local governments.

Johnson County Cowgirls Rodeo Begins June 2nd

The Johnson County Cowgirls Rodeo will begin Sunday, June 2nd, and will continue most Tuesday evenings through the summer months.

JCHC Looking At Future Projects

The Johnson County Healthcare Center is currently working toward completing a remodeling of their pharmacy to come into compliance with Federal regulations for safe handling of certain hazardous materials.

Annual 'Garage Sale' For Habitat For Humanity Approaching

The annual Habitat For Humanity of Johnson County garage sale fundraiser will be later this month at the fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Gatchell Museum Brings Programs Through Grant

The Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo recently offered programs focusing on Native American history and identity featuring three Native American speakers, due in part to a grant received from the Wyoming Community Foundation.

Cooperation, Volunteers Get Golf Course Job Done

Buffalo's Municipal Golf Course has had ongoing issues with its parking lot, and the city has been struggling to keep up repairs as it has deteriorated.

Healthcare Center 'Well-Staffed, Staying Busy'

Department heads at the Johnson County Healthcare Center gave their monthly reports during the recent hospital board meeting, with only minor concerns with staffing in some departments, but busy overall in the hospital, clinic and nursing home.

Auditions Set For Creekside's Next Play

Buffalo's Creekside Performing Arts will be presenting their production of “The Trials of Robin Hood” by Will Averill later this summer, and will be holding auditions for performers this month.

Buffalo Mayor: Detention Pond Project On Schedule

Buffalo's detention pond project is well underway and on schedule for completion at the end of May or early June, according to Mayor Shane Schrader.

JCHC Board Discusses Rural Health Proposal

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center discussed a letter received from the Rural Healthcare District that proposes combining ambulance services with the hospital district and the rural healthcare district as a cost-saving measure that might also improve services to city and county residents.

Buffalo Church Celebrates 100 Years

St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo will be celebrating “100 Years of Grace” during events in the next few weeks, and all are invited to help celebrate.

JCHC CEO Discusses Upcoming Budget Sessions

Johnson County Healthcare Center CEO Sean McCallister, in his monthly report to the board of trustees, touched on subjects ranging from the recent state trauma review to the upcoming budget sessions.