Buffalo

The City of Buffalo will again be offering their Christmas Tree recycling services this year, beginning today.

Over the next few days we will be taking a look back at the top stories of 2014 that happened in Johnson County.

Today we will focus on the first quarter of the year, from January through March of 2014.

City of Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades recently gave his report to the city council, saying new housing starts had come to a halt and roofing projects have halted for the winter as well but other projects are still going on.

A number of board re-appointments were discussed and some approved by the Johnson County Commissioners during their last meeting of December.

The senior center in Buffalo will be open today, providing regular services with a revised schedule, then will close on Christmas Day.

As part of a national survey effort, the Bureau of Land Management Buffalo Field Office is once again seeking volunteers to assist with the 2015 Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey in both Sheridan and Johnson counties next month.

Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming (PMO) is asking for Johnson County residents to take a few minutes to fill out an online survey about alcohol, tobacco and other drug use.

The Holiday schedule for Johnson County employees is now set for 2015, after the county commissioners approved it after a small change from the previous year's schedule.

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