Thirty-two scientists, government representatives and stakeholders – including Johnson County Weed and Pest Supervisor Rod Litzel – met Feb. 3 to discuss strategies for combating invasive plants in Wyoming as part of the Governor’s Invasive Species Initiative.
The Johnson County Board of Commissioners signed a contract with Jackson Hole’s Y2 Consultants, the contractor that will complete the county’s Natural Resource Management Plan, on Jan. 21.
A Wyoming Department of Health plan that would have radically reimagined the state’s air ambulance service has been rejected by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
The Buffalo Bulletin earned multiple awards at the annual Wyoming Press Association convention held last weekend, including a public service award for the paper’s role in reporting on the concerns surrounding the Wyoming Legislature’s choice to locate a Veterans Administration care facility …
Poetry has an unexpected power that sneaks up on you when you least expect it.
Buffalo High School isn’t just a school – it is a community and a family, according to junior Hollis Mantle. Nothing reinforces that fact quite like the school’s spirit weeks.
We like to think that big problems such as human trafficking don’t affect small towns like Buffalo, said Alexandra Stevenson, co-founder of the Sheridan-based nonprofit Uprising.
Buffalo High School senior LaCee Bennett is no stranger to the Wyoming All-State Honor Orchestra, having been accepted to it in each of her first three years of high school.
The Buffalo High School boys basketball team fended off invasions from the north and south over the weekend at BHS, as the Bison took down Big Horn 49-36 Friday night and Torrington 70-33 Saturday night to up their record to 11-6 overall and 2-1 in conference, still atop the 3A Northeast.
Jordyn McNamee’s shots from beyond the arc got the Buffalo High School Lady Bison basketball team off to a hot start in the first quarter Thursday night at BHS against the Thermopolis Lady Bobcats, and foretold how the game would end. McNamee’s game-tying 3-pointer set the Lady Bison up for …
The Buffalo High School Bison basketball team ended what seemed like the longest road swing in history with a heartbreaking 55-43 loss to Douglas Friday night. The Bison celebrated their first home game of the season, however, with a convincing 67-31 win over Newcastle on Saturday.
The Kaycee High School Lady Bucs basketball team got a big test at Hulett on Friday, but put together a remarkable overtime run to take down the Lady Devils 46-34 to continue their hot streak and notch their first conference victory of the season.