Johnson County

The Johnson County Family YMCA will be able to continue to provide is low-impact cardio supervised exercise program, where participants learn self-management of their cardiovascular health, thanks to a $4,000 grant from the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation.

Johnson County School District No. 1 has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit relating to asbestos exposure by a company that performed work in the district 30 years ago.

Johnson County is looking into ways to fund programs they have traditionally received funding for through the Wyoming Department of Transportation, or WYDOT, if they lose the funding due to not meeting policy requirements to qualify for those grant funds.

The City of Buffalo and Rub Of The Green Sports Bar and Grill, LLC have entered into an finalized agreement and each has signed the lease for the proprietor to run the bar and restaurant at the municipal golf course.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved and accepted $5,000 in additional grant funding from the Wyoming Department of Family Services to be used for the county's mentoring program.

The Buffalo Police Department performed more alcohol and tobacco compliance checks during May and early June, and a few businesses failed during each of the three separate checks.

Buffalo's City Council approved on first reading an Ordinance that will change city code concerning setbacks, density, and height requirements on lots within the city limits.

There have been several of issues with humans disturbing wildlife over the last couple of weeks.

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