On Tuesday, the National Weather Service announced a winter storm warning is in effect from noon Wednesday to noon Thursday. The winter storm warning replaces a previously announced winter storm watch.
Johnson County Emergency Management is asking Buffalo residents to turn off their sprinklers and conserve water as much as possible as repairs take place at the Buffalo Water Treatment Plant.
On the surface, nothing seemed amiss at the Johnson County Recycling Center last month.
Buffalo city streets are receiving a lot of improvement this season as the plans to improve Flatiron Drive through the use of a special purpose tax are finalized.
The Buffalo Bulletin misrepresented the Johnson County YMCA’s usage agreement with the Johnson County School District in its Aug. 22 story “Pay to use.”
When asked to pose for a photo, Anna Buckingham immediately knew what she wanted to do.
Toby Rhoades, Buffalo’s building inspector, said he has received more building permits this year than in past years.
A show arena full of buyers made Saturday night’s Junior Livestock Sale one for the record books, garnering $427,469 for local 4-H and FFA youth.
Justyn Hall, 14, of Buffalo, succumbed to injuries sustained during a cliff diving accident at Tie Hack Reservoir near Buffalo on Saturday.
On Tuesday, the National Weather Service Riverton confirmed that a tornado touched down on June 19, 2019 near Powder River Pass.
CODY — Federal government attorneys filed an appeal to overturn a portion of last fall’s court ruling that sent the Yellowstone grizzly bear back under Endangered Species Act protection.
“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…
Cloud Peak Back Country Horsemen to meet
The engines of a black Boeing RB-50, a large specially equipped B-29 airframe, hummed loudly, secretly flying along the cold Pacific Ocean shore of enemy territory. Within the fuselage, wearing radio headphones, 1st Lt. John “Jack” Carr listened to Beethoven being transmitted from a Soviet w…
The Wyoming Game & Fish Department has stocked Lake DeSmet with kokanee salmon to evaluate if the Pacific fish will thrive and to provide anglers with deep-water fishing opportunities.
If you’ve ever spotted knapweed, mulled around for mullein, hounded houndstongue or weeded out weeds, the Johnson County Weed and Pest District has the perfect opportunity for you.
The Bread of Life Food Pantry has more food on the shelves thanks to Buffalo’s Boy and Girl Scouts.
Don’t be blue – the Bighorn Bluegrass Camp isn’t going anywhere.
Officers, deputies, emergency service technicians, search and rescue volunteers and their families filled the Johnson County Fairgrounds community building as the Big Horn Baptist Church and the Family Crisis Center honored their heroic efforts.
Over 600 Johnson County parents, teachers and students came out in support of a four-day school week, according to the results of a recently completed Johnson County School District survey.
In 1987, “The Simpsons” first aired on television, the first criminal conviction by the use of DNA evidence took place, President Ronald Reagan gave his historic speech at the Berlin Wall urging Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to “tear down this wall,” and Paul Rickett began working at The D…
A year after the Wyoming Legislature voted to incorporate computer science into the state’s Common Core of Knowledge, the Wyoming Department of Education has released its draft computer science standards.
The new year started with unseasonably warm, sunny weather to the point that some were wondering if we were even going to have a winter. Then the bottom dropped out in February, and Buffalo set a new record for the coldest February on record.
Mark Smith will leave the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 28 and plans to take a position with another company.
When Superintendent Jim Wagner looks at George Grace Field, he doesn’t just see an empty snow-covered field. He sees potential. He sees what he hopes will be the future.
While talking with friends and neighbors on Main Street and attending legislative sessions in Cheyenne, Mayor Shane Schrader said it has become painfully clear to him that Buffalo is a city divided.
In the most-watched primary Tuesday, Mark Gordon, Buffalo rancher and current Wyoming State Treasurer, beat out five other challengers to secure the Republican nomination for governor.
For the first time in nearly two decades, the water levels in Clear Creek have not had to be regulated this summer and that spells good news for local irrigators, according to Dave Pelloux.
Two Johnson County women will be able to continue their dreams of higher education after receiving $4,000 in grants in January from the local chapter of PEO International.
Buffalo High School’s class of 2017 outperformed their peers statewide in every category on the ACT, according to a recent report from the Wyoming Department of Education. The class’s composite score of 21 was a full point above the state average.
Rich Staley is pretty sure he could walk the cemetery in his sleep. After 40 years as the sexton, and one year as an assistant, at the Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo, he’s walked the gravel roads more than once. But he will take his last walk as sexton Aug. 31. After that, he’s ushering in…
The Bull Creek Ranch, located just southwest of Buffalo, is one of the largest private holdings on the Bighorn Front, and it is now available — for a substantial price. The colossal piece of Johnson County real estate is listed at a whopping $14 million. The owners, the Smith and Dow trusts,…
Buffalo resident John Knebel perished in a fire at his home in Buffalo late Saturday night.
David Sanders will serve two 15- to 20-year sentences in the state penitentiary for shooting a 92-year-old Buffalo woman.