Johnson County

The Leadership Johnson County training will begin in September and run through May of 2015, but if you are interested in the classes, you have only until July 1st to complete your application.

Johnson County School District One’s Board of Trustees reviewed and approved a request to make a slight change to the district's calendar for the upcoming school year.

The first Buffalo Farmers' Market of the summer will be happening in Crazy Woman Square this Wednesday evening from 5 to 7 o'clock in downtown Buffalo.

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess gave the city works report to the city council at their last meeting, due to Director Les Hook being busy in the field with numerous projects, he said.

A meeting has been set for precinct committee people in Wyoming Senate District 22 as a first step in filling the vacancy left by the death of State Senator John Schiffer. The meeting will be held at 5:30 on the afternoon of July 1 in the Story Women's Club on North Piney Road in Story.

A local recreation board has released a full list of the grants awarded to Johnson County organizations. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Sixteen students from Buffalo High School will be returning home this week after spending 12 days traveling through England, France and Spain.

Buffalo's City Council at their last meeting approved increases in pay for city pool employees.

The Pool Board had approached the council earlier in the spring to request the raises for lifeguards and Pool Director Marcy Leis.

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