Just a month after the JOCO First board agreed to sell 22 Plains Drive to Mountain Meadow Wool for $665,000, the board began seeking other options for the building.
On Tuesday, the National Weather Service Riverton confirmed that a tornado touched down on June 19, 2019 near Powder River Pass.
With their many shades of purple, blue, yellow and red, wildflowers abound at almost any turn right now in the Bighorn Mountains.
On the heels of the first confirmed West Nile virus infection in the state for 2019 in a Gillette woman, state officials said routine testing had also confirmed the presence of the virus June 13 in a batch of mosquitoes in Laramie.
If education is the great equalizer, things are getting more equal for some nontraditional students in Johnson County and around the state.
Even with a few state grants providing additional funding, Johnson County School District business manager Tom Sarvey kept things conservative when budgeting for fiscal 2020.
A new football season will bring a new scoreboard to the Buffalo High School football field, according to a report from activities director Ryan Mader.
Despite hearing concerns about the district’s new health insurance plan during its June 10 board meeting, the Johnson County School District board of trustees chose to make no changes to the plan.
Future Buffalo soccer stars are taking to Meadowlark Fields this week, as international coaches from Challenger Sports work with players to help develop the techniques they will need to help them to the next level in the sport.
With so many first-year players taking the field for the WYO Pride 12-and under fastpitch softball team, last Tuesday’s home matchup with one of the best teams in Wyoming gave them an indication of just what is possible in a short amount of time.
The Buffalo Bulls senior Babe Ruth team finished 1-3 at the state tournament last week in Gillette.
After 14 years of Kick Em Up Cans barrel races in Buffalo and Thermopolis, the contest shows no signs of letting up.