Buffalo

At their meeting Tuesday night, State Representative for House District 40, Mike Madden, gave a short address to the Buffalo City Council, updating them on this year's Legislative session and what they can expect from the Federal and State Governments in the coming months and years.

Johnson County Planner Rob Yingling discussed some of his concerns with the NW Water Line Project and the pending public informational workshops for residents in the area.

Sheridan College in Johnson County will host an artist reception next week for Todd Cornell, who spent 20 years of his life living in China and other parts of Asia, learning the culture, history, languages and of course, their art.

The Downtown Sheridan Association is reaching out to the community in hopes of acquiring some gently used bicycles.

Employers in Sheridan got a crash course in how to keep drugs out of their workplaces this morning. The Chamber of Commerce's Workforce Development Committee organized the training to help employers better understand the benefits of having a drug-free workplace.

After a long leave of absence, warm weather is making a comeback in Sheridan.

Nearly 1,000 feet of the line has been replaced and crews still need to complete the lower tie-in with the existing junction. They are still waiting on controls for the pressure-reduction valves and the project will be completed once those are installed.

Members of the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board spoke to both the Buffalo City Council and Johnson County Commission at their last meetings, to give them an update on the organization, its goals and to gather support for an Economic Development Director.

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