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Three months after board Chairman Tim Blaney expressed concern about the Johnson County School District’s purchasing policies, business manager Tom Sarvey has drafted the district’s first purchasing manual.

After years of helping to write, edit and compile the Wyoming Stewardship Project curriculum, Buffalo resident Ashlee Seidel has received her reward.

Aug. 19 marked many firsts for Buffalo Head Start – from the first class in the organization’s new building at 621 Fetterman to the first day using a new curriculum.

When asked to pose for a photo, Anna Buckingham immediately knew what she wanted to do.

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.

For a class whose motto was “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see,” it only seemed fitting that a packed gymnasium was on hand to see a Kaycee High School graduating class Saturday night that is destined to continue achieving unparalleled success as they venture out into…

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.

From flowers raised in a greenhouse to cabinets constructed in the woodshop, every career and technical education student at Buffalo High School has a project they’ve been working hard on this year.

Just in time for spring, the Buffalo High School gym is being transformed into a winter wonderland.

Despite a wave of support from survey respondents, the Johnson County School District board of trustees will be taking its time when considering a possible switch to a four-day school week in Buffalo.

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.

Below-zero temperatures haven’t frozen the hot streak of the Buffalo High School speech and debate team, which continued to perform well during its first two February competitions.

A building that was once home to the Clear Creek Conservation District will soon be filled with giggles, imagination and a whole lot of fun as Buffalo Head Start moves in.

Karen Blaney is the first to admit that she isn’t that musical. Her talents have always leaned more toward reading, teaching and directing plays.

The Buffalo High School Student Council may have fun activities planned for Blackout Week, but the heart of the weeklong celebration isn’t lost on student activities coordinator Georgia Wages.

Just in time for national Computer Science Education Week – Dec. 3-9 – Kaycee School received $500 in funding, which allowed the school to expand its computer science offerings.

If you’ve been a student at Meadowlark Elementary School since its construction in 1975, you likely remember the school’s library. What you might not know is that it hasn’t changed much since you were a kid.

Johnson County students and advisers took the annual Wyoming Association of Student Councils state convention by storm earlier this month, according to Buffalo High School’s student council adviser, Tracie Kirven.

In April, the Johnson County School District will receive 11 new school buses – a $1.3 million value – for free thanks to state agencies.

Five minutes into her Buffalo Bulletin interview, Kathy Smith needs a hug break.

Buffalo residents put on their best dress Saturday to raise funds for the Learning Tree Christian School.

The black uniforms of the Buffalo High School marching band stood in stark contrast to the snowflakes swirling around them. Within minutes, the back of each uniform was plastered with snow.

If you are passionate about educating local kids, the Johnson County School District wants you to be its guest.

Will the Buffalo High School band rank superior for a 12th year in a row at this year’s state marching band competition on Oct. 13?

After 26 years in its current location at 201 Aspen Drive, Buffalo Head Start is contemplating a new base of operations, according to Julie Kaufman.