Buffalo

If you are feeling stuck in a rut or need to get back into a fitness routine, the Johnson County Family YMCA is offering the “30x30 Challenge,” which is set to begin this Friday, November 1st.

Hunters discovered human remains while in the field this past weekend, but so far the remains look to be quite old, according to Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek.

The Johnson County School District is contemplating implementing RTI, or Response To Intervention at the district's secondary schools, according to Kathy Camino, who gave a report to the school board at a recent meeting.

St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo will be having their annual Bazaar, Bake Sale, and Soup Lunch this Saturday at the church on North Burritt Ave in Buffalo.

Representatives of the the Board of Cooperative Higher Educational Services (BOCHES) and both the Johnson and Campbell County School Districts gave presentations to the three Sheridan County Districts, that are considering joining the group.

During his report to the board, Johnson County School District One Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler said he was pleased with his administrators and employees within the district, for a number of great reports he has received recently.

Johnson County's Commissioners have discussed hiring a company to perform surveys of the public to gather opinions on zoning regulations, and now would like to “piggy-back” surveys for the YMCA replacement and library expansion projects.

Two vacancies on the Buffalo Planning and Zoning Board were filled by the City Council at their last meeting.
Steve Reimann was re-approved for another three-year term on the board and Craig Cope was approved to serve out an unexpired term.

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