Johnson County

Questions have been raised recently concerning the city's supply of water, their ability to treat enough and also how to maintain enough water supplies if the city continues to allow those outside of the city limits access to the city's water.

Blaine Horn, County Coordinator for the University of Wyoming's Johnson County Extension Office in Buffalo, came before the county commissioners at their last meeting to officially report that former 4-H Educator Rachel Vardiman has submitted her resignation effective October 6th, for personal reaso

The building once known as the old Clear Creek School was re-christened during a ceremony and ribbon cutting Monday night.

The new name of the facility is now the “Bomber Mountain Civic Center,” in honor of the B-17 bomber and crew that were lost in the Bighorn Mountains on a training flight during World War II.

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, received a report from Public Works Director Les Hook on the latest inspection at the city-owned Tie Hack Dam west of Buffalo.

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners reviewed bids received on a lighting upgrade project for the Historic Courthouse and awarded the project to Chesbro Electric of Buffalo.

The City of Buffalo is moving forward with the Level One Water Study funded by the Wyoming Water Development Commission to determine the feasibility of connecting rural residents to the municipal water supply and to upgrade the city's hydraulic software model system, which monitors and tracks city water use and needs.

Clear Creek Middle School students took part in their “Ten Thousand Villages End Poverty Festival” on Saturday and will offer it again this coming Tuesday evening at the school for those who may have missed it.

The Seventh Annual Pumpkin Festival was this past Saturday at Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo, and was well attended based on the number of people that packed themselves into the square.

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