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Jim Gatchell Museum Triumphs. May 2023
The Jim Gatchell Museum was recently awarded one of just four of the 2023 Medals for Museum and Library Service beating off stiff competition across the nation. This is a highly prestigious and hard-won honor given by the venerated…Read More
Everyone Can Dive In! May 2023
Buffalo’s exceptional outdoor pool is a wonderful place for families to enjoy the summer. A few years ago, the pool had to implement an entry fee due to increasing expenses. Thanks to the generosity of community members a scholarship fund…Read More
Crossing Cultures. The High School Exchange Experience. May 2023
As the last school bell of the year rings, we bid farewell, ‘adios’, ‘arrivederci’ and ‘ha get bra’ to the four high school foreign exchange students as their year here in Johnson County draws to a close. Two are from…Read More
Grow A Little Extra. May 2023
Are you an experienced gardener? Or a novice wanting to learn new skills? Either way, Johnson County Extension Office has free vegetable seeds for you. Stop by, pick up free seed packets, and tips and tricks for a bumper…Read More
Johnson County Tourism Association. Who? What? Why? May 2023
Chairwoman Jody Sauers, and board member Anita Peoples, describe Johnson County Tourism Association (JCTA) as the ‘marketing department’ of Johnson County. Funded solely by lodging tax revenues, it operates at no expense to Johnson County taxpayers and is working to…Read More
Hike for Hope. Taking Strides for Suicide Prevention. May 2-23
Take strides to support suicide prevention. Suicide has touched many many people in Johnson County. Hike for Hope is a great time to come together for show it is an issue that you care about about build connections with…Read More
A Ride Down Memory Lane? The Cowboy Carousel. April 2023
Arnette Tiller knows that carousels are more than just a nostalgic childhood memory. They are a unique art form and a window into the past, a glimpse into a bygone era of entertainment and craftsmanship. Many Buffalo residents and…Read More
“Failing Forward”. American Legion Baseball. Mar 2023
Baseball is a game of failures. How does this translate to success off the field? At the onset of the season. Drawing on 37 years of involvement with the sport, new coach Adam Teten explains his coaching philosophy, how he…Read More
Dreaming of summer? Help with small acreage cultivation. March 2023
Dream of developing your few acres? There are local resources for just that! March 2023 Make the most of the lingering winter weather to plan and prepare. Listen to Zach Byram and Micah Most explain what you can expect from…Read More
Reducing Roadkill? I25 Buffalo-Kaycee Wildlife Crossing Project. Feb 2023
We love Wyoming’s proximity to wildlife but that doesn’t come without a cost. ‘Big game versus vehicle’ collisions are at an all-time high in the Cowboy State. The Nature Conservancy reports 21 big game road collisions daily in 2021,…Read More