This Saturday, September 11th Buffalo will celebrate Oktoberfest in Crazy Woman Square before adjourning to Un’WINE’d wine bar across Clear Creek. Claudia Todd, with Buffalo Events, Inc. who will present this year’s Oktoberfest, said this
Sheridan County will be getting a Housing Needs Assessment and a Housing Action Plan after the county commission voted to enter into a professional services agreement to get them. County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller explained
The Buffalo City Council reviewed a request from a county resident for a Water Connector Agreement to tap into a city water line for water service to their property. City Building Inspector Terry Asay told
Mayor Shane Schrader has proclaimed this week, September 5th through the 11th as “Suicide Prevention Week” in Buffalo. During the regular Tuesday city council meeting, Arianna Fischer with the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Johnson County,
The Johnson County Commission has voted to sign off on the Hazelton Road Overlay Project, on the recommendation of Road & Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer. Commission Chair Bill Novotny spoke about the completed project. According
The Sheridan County Commission, at their Tuesday meeting, removed a motion from the table concerning the vacation of a public right-of-way on County Road #68, or Dow-Dutch Creek Road. The Commission was scheduled last month
This year’s Longmire Days celebration looked much the same as last year’s event thanks to COVID-19, but was still a pretty good draw for Buffalo, according to organizers of the event. Jennifer McCormick, Director of
The Sheridan County Commission, during their Tuesday regular meeting, voted to allow the chairman to sign the contract accepting funding for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Community Partnership Initiative (TANF CPI) Grant for 2021-22.
Buffalo’s City Council has voted to award the contract to build the North Bozeman Avenue Water Line to Wyoming Earth Moving Corporation of Upton. The water line on N. Bozeman Ave. will be replaced from
The Johnson County COVID Task Force updated information on the virus in the county in their most recent release. According to the task force, COVID continues to spike in Johnson County, and the numbers from
The Sheridan County Commission will have its first meeting of September Tuesday and has a fairly busy agenda to work through. An agreement between the county and Guren & Associates, LLC for professional services for
The Johnson County Planning & Zoning Commission will have their September meeting Tuesday evening and will consider a number of subdivisions as well as review their draft subdivision regulations. The commission will continue review of
Buffalo and Johnson County are dealing with COVID-19 numbers, although to a lesser extent than neighboring cities and counties. As of Thursday, there were 77 lab-confirmed cases in the county and four hospitalizations from COVID.
Saturday, September 11th Buffalo Events, Inc. will present this year’s Oktoberfest in Crazy Woman Square and Un’WINE’d wine bar downtown. The event will feature beer, music, authentic German food, local beers, German wines, local vendors,