An Oklahoma-based company auctioned off Buford, Wyoming Thursday afternoon. For a winning bid of $900,000, the property will move to the control of two unnamed businessmen from Vietnam. Wyoming Public Radioâ€™s Rebecca Martinez has more.
Bidders and spectators from around the area and around the world flocked to Buford, Wyoming today/yesterday for the auction of whatâ€™s been called â€śThe Nationâ€™s Smallest Town.â€ť
Four months after the doors of the Buford Trading Post were shuttered, the parking lot was once again filled with cars and trucks. Williams and Williams, the Oklahoma-based auction house, re-opened the Trading Post to sell of Bufordâ€™s 10 acres and five buildings, which include the service center.