Members of the Johnson County Library Board met with the county commissioners at their meeting this week to update them on their proposed expansion project and where in the planning process the project currently sits.

Arts Along The Bighorns began their Kickstarter program in December to raise the necessary funds to purchase and eventually move the historic Cowboy Carousel to the proposed Cowboy Carousel Center in the old Beutler Building on North Lobban Street.

Buffalo's Building Inspector, Toby Rhoades, gave his report to the city council at their last meeting, saying he has been busy offering classes on the new building codes, getting contractors certified, and issuing building permits.

Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, is looking to find a new home for their offices in Buffalo, and approached Johnson County's Commissioners at their meeting Tuesday to seek help.

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council handled some “housekeeping” duties by designating their official newspaper, depositories, and voting for their WAM Voting Delegate.

For those looking for something to do indoors this winter, the Johnson County Library will be having their annual Winter Reading Program, this year entitled “Books Are SNOW Wonderful,” which is set to begin January 21st and run through March 21st.

At their latest meeting of Sheridan Memorial Hospital's Board of Trustees, CEO Mike McCafferty expressed interest in possibly offering urgent care services to the community. McCafferty says he's seen a need in the community for the service.

The Hospice of the Big Horns is hosting an upcoming workshop free to the public on a topic we tend not to hear about much - called "The Dynamics of Dying."

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