GILLETTE — The Select Committee on Community College Funding agreed Friday to start working toward drafting a bill that would clarify state statute regarding community colleges and potentially clear the way for the possible creation of Gillette College’s own community college district.

“There’s no such thing as a free lunch,” economist Milton Friedman once wrote. But in the Johnson County School District, there is. Free breakfasts, too.

Buffalo High School’s marching band hosted the Eighth Annual North Wyoming Marching Invitational to Cody, Thunder Basin and Campbell County High Schools to have an opportunity to perform live for other bands, parents and community members. Buffalo finished the show off as the final performan…

Buffalo hosted a dodgeball tournament on Tuesday night as part of Homecoming week. The tournament allowed the teams to play a few games outside of the bracket before ultimately narrowing down to the final two teams: The Guns and Throwses and Black Out. Black Out took a quick lead knocking ou…

Buffalo High School football hosted Douglas on Friday night, Oct. 16, 2020, for both their senior night and the final home game of the regular season. The Bison were trailing 14-3 going into the second half, but came back quick in the second half. Scoring their first touchdown off of a third…

Buffalo High School volleyball hosted the Torrington Trailblazers on Saturday afternoon. Buffalo fell behind, losing the first two sets, but came back with strength to win the third set 25-15. The momentum couldn’t pull out a win, however, leading to a Buffalo loss of 3-1. Buffalo travels to…

Buffalo hosted a triangular meet Friday with Cody and Douglas traveling in for an 11-dive format meet. Unlike the six dive format, the meet opened with five dives and then kicked off the meet as per usual, completing the remaining six at their normal time. Buffalo’s hosted a second swim meet…

The Kaycee High School Lady Bucs volleyball team hosted a quadrangular on Saturday, securing two victories and one loss against other state teams. 

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