Habitat For Humanity has had a presence in Buffalo for quite a few years, but has always been a subsidiary office for somewhere else.
That has all changed recently as Buffalo's Habitat for Humanity organization has become independent.
This month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon was at the Clear Creek Cantina on Wednesday and featured Grace Gibbs and Kathy Keeler of First Interstate Bank of Buffalo, speaking on elderly financial abuse, ways to recognize it, correct it, and prevent it.
The Johnson County Commissioners have approved Chairman Delbert Eitel to sign an amended agreement between themselves and Sheridan County concerning Lake DeSmet, once the agreement is received from the Sheridan County Commission.
Buffalo's City Council approved an additional Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the city and Johnson County on the NW Water Pipeline Project for additional design and easement acquisition costs on the project.
A number of agreements, ranging from a law enforcement agreement with the Bighorn National Forest to a service agreement for generators at the judicial/justice center were signed by the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting.