Johnson County

The 14th annual Johnson County Small Business Expo happened this past weekend, with roughly 50-plus vendors in one location to showcase their goods and services and to help their businesses grow.

Scott Gruntmeir, owner of Bald Mountain Sanitation, gave a proposal to the Buffalo City Council during their last meeting to provide citywide sanitation services for the city.

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo recently appeared as a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, where he weighed in with his thoughts on the 63rd Legislative Session that ended earlier this month.

The 14th annual Johnson County Small Business Expo will continue today in Buffalo, after an opening night last night, complete with a Chamber Business After Hours event to wrap up the evening.

The annual Johnson County Small Business Expo will be happening tonight and Saturday in Buffalo, and will hopefully be a “stepping stone” for the businesses attending

Buffalo's City Council discussed and then approved requests for catering permits, open container permit and heard a proposal from a local business owner to provide sanitation services to the city.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce has issued a scam alert for area senior citizens and others to be aware of.

Several FFA students from Sheridan and Johnson counties were named among the recipients of this year's Wyoming State FFA Degrees.

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