American Legion Post 13 has celebrated the 100th anniversary of the local post with a reflective look into the past and plans for the future of the local post.
She sits in a vault. Red leather-bound books line the walls, holding records of Johnson County – who owns land, who they purchased it from, who married whom.
“They’re eating the nose and going on. We’ve been told by experts that when they get into a situation of depredation rather than predation, it’s just wanton killing. They are killing two or three lambs a day just for the fun of it. It’s something that’s very mentally disturbing.”Tommy Moore,…
Story Community-wide Garage Sale will be held Sunday June 2, beginning with breakfast and a bake sale at the Story Woman's Club from 7 a.m. until it is gone. The Woman's Club will also be selling raffle tickets for the Centennial quilt and Centennial coffee cups, which this year celebrate th…
What if a machine, like a human, could learn from its mistakes?
Living board games, trapeze artists and a trip to Legoland could only mean one thing: a trip to the Destination Imagination global competition in Kansas City, Missouri.
Pennie Caldwell is looking for some friends to help her move. And she’s offering up food as an incentive.
With only 72 students, Buffalo High School’s class of 2019 is one of the smallest in recent memory. But what it lacks in size, it makes up for in strength.
Buffalo High School football coaches Rob Hammond and Ross Walker, along with former Bison quarterback Luke Glassock and linebacker Aaron Thiele, helped lead the North squad to a 29-19 victory over the South Saturday in Casper at the 2019 Shrine Bowl all-star game.
She rides a horse named Casino, but it didn’t seem like much of a gamble when Buffalo High School Rodeo Club member Jordyn McNamee combined with longtime friend and basketball peer Kaydin Davis to finish out the spring rodeo season as team roping partners.
The Buffalo High School Rodeo Club took full advantage of their home turf over the weekend at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.
The Buffalo High School girls soccer team entered the 2019 3A state tournament having lost to one team all year. The Lady Bison also ended the 3A state tournament having lost to only one team all year – another tough loss to the state champion Cody Lady Broncs.