Johnson County

Executive Director for the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Angela Jarvis says that though the future of the A&E show 'Longmire' is on shaky ground after it's abrupt cancellation, that does not mean a death sentence for the popular festival Longmire Days.

Earlier this month, the Buffalo City Council reviewed the bids and heard the recommendation to purchase a new patrol vehicle by Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder.

Labor Day Weekend is the “traditional” ending to the summer season, and many will be heading to the mountains, lakes, and other areas to camp one last time before hunting season kicks into high gear.

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees had their monthly meeting Wednesday night, and they heard reports from staff and administration on numbers of patients, residents in the care center and those in home health and hospice care, and the results from a surprise inspection.

Members of the Big Horn National Forest Plan Steering Committee attended their annual field trip Thursday to tour areas in the Powder River District, and discuss implementation of aspects of the 2005 Revised Bighorn Forest Plan.

National entertainment reports say 'Longmire', the A& E television series, will not be returning for a fourth season. The series is based off local author Craig Johnson's novel series, which is set in the fictional town of Durant, said to be based on Buffalo.

The 8th Annual Johnson County Co-Ed Pig Wrestling Championships will be happening this Friday night at the fairgrounds in Buffalo.

The annual event is a fundraiser to benefit Summit Gymnastics.

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed the proposed Bull Creek Reservoir at their last meeting. The proposed reservoir was the topic of a Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) meeting in Buffalo August 14th, which the commissioners were unable to attend.

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