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Wyoming this Weekend, March 16-18

It may be a little early for Halloween, but the folks at Buffalo's Occidental Hotel are ready to provide visitors with a few haunts during a weekend ghost hunt. The Occidental has been identified as one of Wyoming's most haunted locations and the hotel is hosting the first public investigation of th


Public Notice - Buffalo Bulletin: Public Notices

February 20, 2018 The regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners was brought to order by Chairman William J Novotny, III at 9:00am on Tuesday February 20, 2018. Attending were Commissioners Linda Greenough and Robert Perry, Sheila Newcomb, County Clerk Vicki Edelman and County Attorney Tuc


The sweet life - Buffalo Bulletin: News

Larry Brannian did his best to break into a sealed tub of caramel corn during the Buffalo Senior Center's annual pie auction. The hijinks of Brannian and his auctioneer crew was one of the highlights of this year's event, according to event organizer A.J. Mock. Cakes and pies and popcorn of every va


State treasurer enters gov. race

CHEYENNE - Months of speculation officially ended this week when Wyoming Treasurer Mark Gordon, a Republican, declared he intends to be the state's next governor. Gordon kicked off a state tour Wednesday to announce his candidacy in his hometown of Buffalo and continued with stops Thursday in Cheyen


Spend taxpayer dollars wisely - Buffalo Bulletin: Columns

Wyoming's education budget faces a $660 million deficit, so it's no secret cuts are likely coming to local education funding. Cities and towns have taken huge hits in the past several years. As has the Department of Health and nearly every other government entity. Yet the Johnson county School Board


Ready to come back to the real world

This represents the fifth column I have prepared during this budget session. Over the prior budget sessions, the final look and feel of the budget was pretty well established by the beginning of the fourth week, resulting in it being the last column. To say that was not the case this year is a prof


Gordon announces campaign for governor

"I'm running because I have a long tradition of serving with strong conservative credentials," Gordon said in an interview with the Bulletin prior to his campaign kickoff event. "I love the state. And, frankly, it seems that Jennie and I have had remarkable opportunities in this state. We want every


Juvenile detention center nears capacity

The juvenile detention center reached 15 inmates Thursday and Friday, an all-time high for the 16-bed facility, said Sheriff Scott Matheny. Since then, that number has dropped to 13, which is still well above the facility's average of eight. Fluctuations in inmate population happen daily and have no


Sheridan locals build climbing gym from scratch

SHERIDAN - A personal desire of two avid Sheridan rock climbers will soon turn into a community hangout for all ages. Johnny Crider and Justin Case, both born and raised in Sheridan, serve as American Mountain Guides Association rock guides in the area. The two lead other climbers through more than


Woman pleads to 2 reduced charges for her part in murders

A woman involved in the 2016 deaths of two Sweetwater County men has pleaded guilty to two counts of interference with a peace officer, both misdemeanors. In District Court on Monday, Kylee Collins, 24, said she lied to investigators during their September 2016 probe into two missing men, Jody Fortu