Buffalo

BOH Discusses Issues Concerning Mental Health

Dr. Mark Schueler

During the recent Johnson County Board of Health meeting, Public Health Officer Dr. Mark Schueler discussed concerns about Northern Wyoming Mental Health and the problems with qualified mental health professionals leaving the office in Buffalo.

Buffalo, Kaycee Blood Screenings Start Next Week

The annual Buffalo/Kaycee Community Blood Screenings will begin next week in Kaycee and continue the following week in Buffalo, in preparation for the Health Fair scheduled in March.

'Evenings of Jazz' with BHS Coming in February

Two “Evenings of Jazz” will be offered by Buffalo High School performers in February, and those interested should get their tickets sooner than later.

Gatchell Museum Temporarily Closing for February

The Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will temporarily close for the month of February and will reopen on Monday, March 2nd.

Flu Arrives in Johnson County

Dr. Mark Schueler

The Johnson County Board of Health met earlier this month and one topic discussed was how the influenza season is affecting the community so far.

Film 'Reuniting America' Screening Honoring Lincoln's Birthday

A film entitled “Reuniting America” will be shown in honor of Abraham Lincoln's birthday in February.

Human Trafficking Class Set for Thursday

Terri Markham and Alexandra Stevenson with UPRISING. Photo courtesy UPRISING, used by permission.

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and in observance the Compass Center for Families will present UPRISING's Human Trafficking and Exploitation Caregiver class this Thursday in Buffalo.

Trails Board Wants City to Adopt Trail

Ed Von Holst

The Buffalo Trails Board has approached the city asking them to adopt a trail into the city's trail system.

Dinner Theater at Cowboy Carousel Next Week

The Cowboy Carousel Center in Buffalo will be the venue for a dinner theater production next Friday and Saturday.

Mayor Proclaims School Choice Week in Buffalo

Mayor Shane Schrader has proclaimed this week, January 16th through February 1st as “School Choice Week” in Buffalo.

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