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Sheridan County Retail Liquor License Available

The Sheridan County Commission has approved a Notice of Intent to accept applications for an available retail liquor license for use in the county.

Review Finds Adequate Liability Coverage for JCHC

A recent review of the liability insurance coverage for the Johnson County Healthcare Center has found “adequate” coverage based on comparisons to similar rural healthcare facilities.

Sheridan County Approves Two Preliminary Plats

Two preliminary plat applications were approved by the Sheridan County Commission during their last meeting.

Buffalo Police Chief: New ACO, Monthly Report

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder reported to the city council that the city now has an Animal Control Officer (ACO), effective July 1st.

Buffalo Council Passes Resolution For ADA Grant

A resolution was brought before the Buffalo City Council for their consideration at their last meeting that will allow the city to apply for grant funding for a study within the city.

Sheridan County Approves Contract For Health Officer

A contract between the Wyoming Department of Health, Public Health Division and Sheridan County was discussed by the county commission and subsequently accepted.

NE Wyoming Sage Grouse Group Schedules Meeting in Buffalo

The Northeast Wyoming Sage Grouse Local Working Group will meet next week in Buffalo.

Buffalo Wells Project to Begin in August

The Buffalo Water Wells Project will get underway in mid-August, according to City Works Director Les Hook, who updated the city council on the project during their last meeting.

Sheridan County Approves DFS Child Support Agreement

Sheridan County's Commissioners approved and accepted an agreement between the Wyoming Department of Family Services and the Sheridan County Clerk of District Court.

Johnson County War Tour Coming in August

The Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee will again be offering their Johnson County War Tour next month, which will take those interested on a bus tour of the sites along the path taken by the invaders during the events of 1892.

Sheridan Heights Ranch, County Agree on Trail Easement

The Sheridan County Commission entered into an agreement with Sheridan Heights Ranch, LLC for a trail easement for an extension to an existing trail for non-motorized use by the public.

Buffalo Council Accepts Bid for Garbage Truck

The City of Buffalo will be getting a new garbage truck next year, after the city council approved and accepted a bid for just under $170,000.

Department of Education Seeks Public Comment

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The Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) is seeking public input on proposed revisions of rules concerning student transportation.

Reserve Spots Now For 'Echoes of the Past' History Tours

The annual “Echoes of the Past” cemetery tours, put on by the Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum, will be offered next month, but the museum is urging those that wish to attend to sign up now as spaces are limited.

Two Appointed to Travel & Tourism Board

The Sheridan County Commission has appointed two people to sit on the Sheridan County Travel and Tourism Joint Powers Board.

Buffalo Council Awards Contract For Audit Services

The Buffalo City Council has awarded the contract for audit services for the city for the next two years.

Mayor Reminds Residents Not to Discharge Fireworks in City

During the upcoming Fourth of July celebrations, residents in Johnson County can legally set off fireworks but are reminded to be careful with them.

Buffalo Residents Upset With Detention Pond Project

More than twenty residents in the West Valley Subdivision in Buffalo are upset that they were not informed of the city's intent to build the Dump Draw Detention Pond to control flooding in the city just west of their homes.

Sheridan County to Amend Liquor Rules and Regulations

Sheridan County's Commissioners are giving public notice that they intend to amend the rules and regulations governing licensing of liquor sales within the county.
They approved a Notice of Intent to do so at their Tuesday meeting.

Buffalo Council to Address ADA Accessibility

The Buffalo City Council is expected to take action on a resolution concerning the submission of an application for federal funding for the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Transition Plan Project at their meeting Tuesday evening.