State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo, in his last update from this year's Legislative session, said he was concerned how education funding cuts were going to be resolved, if at all before the end of the session.

Johnson County Public Health is asking for volunteers to assist with a training exercise they will be performing later this month.

The Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA) is gearing up to install the first phase of signage for their Wayfinding Project later this year, and have updated city and county governments on its status.

A traveling art exhibit featuring photographs of Native American pow-wow dancers from all across North America will open tonight and run through the end of April at Buffalo's Cowboy Carousel Center.

It's time to pick up results from health screens and learn how to live happier, healthier lives at Johnson County's annual Health Fair this Saturday at the fairgrounds in Buffalo.

The Buffalo City Council discussed releasing infrastructure liens they hold on a number of lots in the Greenleaf Subdivision at their last regular meeting.

The City of Buffalo is looking at the possibility of restructuring its rates for all water users to make them fairer for all users, and held a meeting this week to discuss the latest scenario for a possible restructuring.

The use of a water right on lands once earmarked for a city subdivision will not only help the current landowner, but could also be beneficial to the City of Buffalo in the long run, according to City Attorney Ben Kirven, who discussed the issue with the city council at a recent meeting.

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