Archive - Oct 2019

Buffalo's Monster March Fun for Kids, Adults Alike

The annual Monster March was Halloween afternoon in downtown Buffalo with kids showing off their costumes and trick-or-treating local businesses for candy and other goodies.

Department of Health Gathering Opinions on Health Issues

The Wyoming State Department of Health (DOH) is gathering information from residents concerning health-related issues to compile a five-year plan for implementation.

Drug Take-Back Events Gather 7.5 Lbs of Meds

During the Johnson County Prevention Council's monthly meeting this week, Community Prevention Specialist Bill Hawley reported that the recent drug take-back events in Buffalo and Kaycee gathered seven and a half pounds of medications from the public.

Buffalo Has a Full Weekend of Events

There's plenty to do in Buffalo this weekend, with many events planned to keep busy.

Peggy Drury to be Honored at Buffalo B&G Club Breakfast

The Boys & Girls Club of the Bighorns Awards and Recognition Breakfast will be Wednesday, November 6th, and will honor local Boys & Girls Club volunteer and board member Peggy Drury.

UW Horse Judging Team Wins First of Season Competition

The UW horse judging team won the collegiate division in its first competition of the season earlier this month. (Courtesy photo)

The University of Wyoming horse judging team won the collegiate division of the U.S. National Arabian Horse Show in Tulsa, Okla., in its first competition of the season this month.

The Hub to Again Display Veterans' Wall of Honor

The Hub on Smith Street will again honor Sheridan County's veterans with the Veterans Wall of Honor this year.

Christmas Tree Permits Available This Week

Bighorn National Forest Christmas tree permits are available starting Friday, and fourth graders who present a valid Every Kid Outdoors pass will receive one free Christmas tree permit this year.

Burns Planned This Winter in Bighorn National Forest

Bighorn National Forest fire personnel have announced plans to burn piles of slash this winter.

Enzi Introduces Bill to Save National Parks from Maintenance Issues

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has introduced legislation that would address a nearly $12 billion maintenance backlog at our national parks without adding to the national debt.