Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven brought two separate agreements for approval by the city council during their last meeting.

The Johnson County School Board voted to rescind their vote from a special meeting called on Monday, April 25th, because the vote, although legal, could have appeared to be questionable, according to school district legal counsel Tim Kirven.

Amy Pierson, a fourth grade teacher at Cloud Peak Elementary School in Buffalo, recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to be honored as the 2016 Wyoming Teacher Of The Year, and to be part of the naming of the 2016 National Teacher Of The Year.

Buffalo's City Council has adopted a resolution amending the city's policy concerning random drug and alcohol testing for city employees.

The Johnson County School Board voted to allow Sheridan College in Johnson County (SCJC) to lease the district-owned Learning Center Building should the college need to move from its current location at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center.

Johnson County' Commissioners voted to renew the contract for Volunteers of America (VOA) to oversee and run the juvenile justice and detention program and similar adult programs for the county, and approve Chairman Bill Novotny to sign the agreement.

Johnson County received some good news from their employee health insurance underwriter at their recent regular meeting last week.

Buffalo's City Council has reviewed, approved and adopted Resolution No. 1405, which will give city officials a Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) through 2020.

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