The Buffalo City Council was presented the Final Change Order on the NW Water Pipeline Project by Public Works Director Les Hook.

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to accept and approve their portion of the salary for the county's 4-H Educator.

The position is also partially funded by the University of Wyoming through the Johnson County Extension Office.

The candidates for the position of Johnson County Planner are at two, after the county commissioners voted to accept the recommendations from the committee charged with finding viable candidates.

At Tuesday's regular meeting, Buffalo's City Council passed on second reading, Ordinance No. 1379 which will change the boundaries and the zoning of the downtown business district.

Beer drinkers, brewers and all lovers of all things beer will be enjoying many happenings in northeast Wyoming in the next few weeks, starting with Kaycee's Powder River Brew Fest coming up on Saturday, August 29th.

Buffalo's City Council will have their second regular meeting for August tonight in City Hall.

Johnson County's Commissioners will be working through a full agenda at their meeting today.

Powder River Fire District Public Information Officer Marilyn Connolly released a statement Monday afternoon saying the Gardner Peak Fire, in southern Johnson County, is now out, and all resources have been demobilized.

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