Johnson County

The Kick 'Em Up Cans Rodeo, a barrel-racing event put on annually in Buffalo, will continue through the weekend at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' arena.

Buffalo's City Council voted to waive the fee for a building permit for the municipal golf course, as requested by golf course board member Kevin Bettinger.

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their last meeting, approved a request letter from Good 2 Go Stores, LLC to move their alcohol dispensing area from a temporary to its permanent location within the building.

Sheridan College in Johnson County (SCJC) will offer a free safety training session next month, focusing on the oil and gas industry, to prepare eligible individuals for possible employment in the industry.

The Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) Buffalo Field Office (BFO) has announced a road closure west of Kaycee due to recent storms that have washed it out and made the road impassable and unsafe.

Pickleballs were flying at the Sheridan YMCA last weekend, according to Arlie Johnson, who organized the state pickleball tournament in Sheridan.

Leadership Johnson County has graduated 18 community members in its inaugural class in ceremonies held last month at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in Buffalo.

The Town of Kaycee, with help from the City of Buffalo, will be sending equipment to assist in the cleanup efforts for the Town of Lusk, that was devastated earlier this month due to flooding.

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