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State Representative Mike Madden has been talking with Sheridan Media during this year's Legislative Session, keeping us updated on the happenings during the session in Cheyenne.

City Planning Director Lynn Barrett gave her report on the planning department and told the council she is having a tough time finding someone to fill the vacancy on the Planning and Zoning Commission and asked for help from the council.

At their last meeting, Buffalo's City Council discussed the city filing for First-Class City status with City Attorney Ben Kirven.

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Buffalo's City Council acted on a franchise agreement and decided to advertise the availability of a retail liquor license during their last regular meeting.

The Johnson County Historical Society will present a free program entitled “The Story Of Ruth Holland Cook” Tuesday, February 17th at the Johnson County Library beginning at 6:30 that evening.

Buffalo's Building Inspector, Toby Rhoades, came before the city council at their last meeting to give his report for January and say that spring fever looks like it has officially kicked in and apparently has become contagious.

Johnson County's Commissioners have renewed the liquor license applications for this year after a vote at their last regular meeting.

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