Johnson County

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to approve the lease of a hangar space at the Johnson County Airport during their last regular meeting.

Last Friday at the Buffalo Senior Center was their annual cook-off contest, featuring chicken dishes of all kinds competing for top honors.

The Buffalo City Council, at their last regular meeting, decided to put off a discussion and decision on the request from Johnson County for a waiver of water and sewer tap fees for a county-owned building on Fairgrounds Road.

A wildfire burning over the weekend on state and private lands northwest of Buffalo over steep, timbered terrain had claimed more than 40 acres by late Sunday, but no one was injured and no buildings were threatened.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the Buffalo City Council at last week's meeting, saying officers had given a “stranger Danger” presentation to Buffalo's third graders.

The Twin Peaks Fire burning northwest of Buffalo since early Saturday has been downgraded to 42 aces as of late Sunday, after aerial assessments gave a more accurate size of the fire.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved and accepted four separate Resolutions correcting the legal descriptions based on current surveys recently performed on Klondike Road.

A chilly night caused a few shivers Saturday night at Fort Phil Kearny, but it wasn’t the cold that sent those chill bumps down your arms or had your hair standing on end.

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