Johnson County

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo, during his recent interview with Sheridan Media, discussed another bill that he is watching in this year's Legislature concerning the optional sales tax.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce has issued a counterfeit warning to the community concerning fake $20 bills.

According to the chamber, the bills feel real but do not pass the test with the counterfeit bill pen.

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo is in Cheyenne for the current Legislative session, and is giving updates while there.

Johnson County's Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly recently gave her annual report to the county commissioners, and previewed what her department has planned for 2017.

A presentation for seniors and soon-to-be seniors will be offered next week on aging and how to do so in a healthy and happy manor in Johnson County.

Michael V. Johnson, a former sports reporter for a Buffalo newspaper, was sentenced to a minimum of 5 years and no more than 12 years in the Wyoming State Penitentiary at a sentencing proceeding Monday afternoon in Buffalo.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Winter Gathering will be happening this Saturday, January 28th and they recommend those wanting to attend to pick up their tickets now for the event, which is going to be a good time, according to Chamber CEO Angela Fox.

Leadership Johnson County has begun class number three, and participants attended a recent county commissioner's meeting to introduce themselves and thank the commissioners for their financial and other support.

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