Johnson County

Johnson County's 2017 New Year Baby is Brexlie Wolski, born January 12th at 6:03pm at the Johnson County Healthcare Center (JCHC) in Buffalo.

According to information released by the JCHC, Brexlie was 19.75 inches tall and weighed 8 pounds and 7 ounces.

She was born to parents Jeremiah and Shelbie Wolski, and was also welcomed by her sister, Sophie.

An agreement has been reached between Johnson County, The Emerald Park Subdivision Homeowners' Association and developer Dave Redd and was approved and signed by the county commissioners at their meeting Tuesday.

Dan Hart was chosen by the Buffalo City Council to fill their vacant seat at their regular meeting Tuesday evening.

After more than 20 minutes in executive session where they discussed the qualifications of seven different candidates that had submitted letters of interest the council reconvened the regular meeting.

The latest Dining for a Cause at Sheridan's Frackelton's Restaurant raised nearly $8,800 to be split between Fort Phil Kearny, the Jim Gatchell Museum, the Trail End Museum, and the Sheridan County Museum.

Buffalo's Hospice Variety Show, put on every two years to benefit the Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice, will be performed this weekend, with shows both Friday and Saturday nights, and tickets for the shows are still available.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave some cumulative numbers from his department from 2016 to the city council, saying he would have a more-in-depth look at the year overall in a report at a later time.

Buffalo's City Council will revisit filling the open seat on the council at tonight's regular meeting.

Seven individuals have submitted Letters of Interest to serve the remaining two years on the council in the seat vacated when former councilman Russ Humphrey passed away in December.

Johnson County Road & Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer has reported that numbers of users and the amount of revenue generated at the county-owned Mikesell-Potts Recreation area at Lake DeSmet were up significantly in 2016, and he expects those numbers to continue to increase as improvements are made by the county.

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