Johnson County

Students at Clear Creek Middle School in Buffalo will be hosting what they are calling a “Ten Thousand Villages End Poverty Festival” this weekend and one night next week to raise awareness in the community about modern-day slavery, global poverty, and human trafficking.

The Buffalo City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, passed on first reading Ordinance No. 1373, which will amend city code to ban the sale of, possession, and use of electronic cigarettes by those under the age of 18.

The seventh annual Pumpkin Festival, presented by North Star Energy and Construction, will be this Saturday, October 25th at Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo.

The fall festival is a “thank you” celebration to the community from North Star Energy.

Johnson County's Commissioners had their second meeting of October Tuesday and approved and accepted three of four Homeland Security Grants before them, all for Fiscal Year 2014.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their luncheon for the month of October this Wednesday at noon at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse.

The Buffalo City Council will introduce and discuss an Ordinance to ban sales and possession of electronic cigarettes to those under 18 years of age.

The Johnson County Commissioner's Meeting normally scheduled for Tuesday at 9am will be moved to 1pm this afternoon at the Johnson County Planning Office located at the County Annex Building A at 26 N. DeSmet Avenue.

Upwards of 85 people helped the Buffalo Senior Center celebrate pumpkins and pumpkin dishes last Friday evening during their “Anything Pumpkin” contest.

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