Johnson County

Leadership Johnson County's second class will begin in January of 2016, but those interested in taking the course need to register to assure a spot in the class, and that deadline to sign up is Thursday, December 31st.

The Polar Bear Plunge has become an annual New Year’s Day tradition, where those brave enough take a dip into the icy waters of Lake DeSmet to welcome in the New Year.

During the Buffalo City Council's discussions on the sale of power generated by the city's hydroelectric plant back to Pacificorp, options for the city were also discussed.

Over the next few days we will be taking a look back at the top stories for 2015 that happened in Johnson County.

Today we will focus on the second quarter of the year, from April through June of 2015.

The City of Buffalo has agreed to renew a power purchase contract with Pacificorp to sell power back to them generated from the city's hydroelectric facility, even though the agreement is one-sided against the city, according to City Attorney Ben Kirven.

Over the next few days we will be taking a look back at the top stories for 2015 that happened in Johnson County.

Today we will focus on the first quarter of the year, from January through March of 2015.

Johnson County will be giving their employees training in various emergency situations in the coming weeks, according to discussions at a recent county commissioners' meeting.

Johnson County will be getting a cyber security analysis to study their preparedness for a cyber security breach, and they will also be getting the completed Emergency Action Plan for Lake DeSmet.

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