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Sandy Ward updated the board of trustees on the status of Phase 1 of the 2018 Building Project, which is replacing the outdated Amie Holt Care Center with a brand-new nursing home facility.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

The Buffalo Planning and Zoning Commission discussed briefly an agenda item concerning a joint city/county water line project at the Exxon station east of Buffalo.

A proposal that would possibly end with development at the old Bison Meadows Subdivision was brought before the Buffalo Planning and Zoning Commission at their recent meeting for their review.

Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees, during their recent monthly meeting, were updated on happenings and issues at the hospital, nursing home and clinic and their various departments.

The City of Buffalo sent out a news release Friday afternoon informing the public that testing performed over the summer of 2015 had found elevated levels of lead in the drinking water in some homes and businesses that were tested during that time.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on April 4, 1916.

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