Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, during his end of the month report for March to the city council this week, said that on March 30th, his officers had conducted tobacco compliance checks at 17 different locations, using an under age buyer. Only one establishment, DJ's Thriftway, sold tobacco products to the minor.

Johnson County Assessor Cindy Barlow gave the county commissioners her latest estimate on the valuation of the county for the upcoming year.

Buffalo's City Council held a public hearing during their regular meeting this week where they discussed a proposed variance request from a contractor wishing to build townhomes on an existing lot in the city.

Water rates will be going up for residents of Buffalo and for those who get city water outside the city limits, now that the city council passed Ordinance No. 1381 on third reading at their Tuesday meeting.

Some Johnson County voters will have a new venue when they vote in this year's Primary Election in August and again in the General Election in November, now that the county commissioners have approved the change.

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek informed Sheridan Media this morning that the home invasion and robbery that was reported at a residence north of Buffalo last week was “unfounded,” and his department is now looking at the best course of action concerning the male juvenile that gave the false report.

Johnson County Healthcare Center Administrator Sandy Ward updated the board of trustees on the status of Phase 1 of the 2018 Building Project, which is replacing the outdated Amie Holt Care Center with a brand-new nursing home facility.

Buffalo will have their community Ducks Unlimited Banquet this Saturday at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center.

This and other Ducks Unlimited events support wetlands and wetlands conservation.

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