Johnson County

The Johnson County Office of University of Wyoming Extension will be having a Beef Quality Assurance certification training Thursday, April 17th from 2 to 4 pm at the Johnson County Fire Station in Buffalo.

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven gave his report to the city council at their last meeting, opening with a request from the Trap and Skeet Club at the city-owned shooting range to put on a handgun class later this summer. The club wanted permission to put the two-day class on and also notify the city that they would be put on the insurance policy provided by the National Rifle Association.

Johnson County's Commissioners, at this week's meeting, approved changes to a T-hangar lease at the county airport, as requested by the Airport Board.

United Blood Services will have their latest Buffalo blood drive this coming Monday, April 14th at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' Community Building from 1 to 6 in the afternoon.

Johnson County Assessor Cindy Rogers gave a report to the county commissioners at this week's meeting on valuation in the county, and her office is estimating it to be 10 percent above last year.

Dave Spencer, Regional Director for the Wyoming Business Council, and Dave Simonsen, Economic Development Director for the Joint Powers Board, approached the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting, explaining why they feel the need to apply for a planning grant to study the feasibility of a technology-based business corridor east of Buffalo.

The Cowboy Carousel Center in Buffalo will host this weekend's dinner theater production of “Love Letters” which will be performed both Friday and Saturday evenings.

Johnson County's Commissioners decided to allow the Johnson County Family YMCA to use $100,000 in funds the commissioners set aside for use on their proposed expansion project, but the “Y” must wait another week on a decision by the library on whether or not they intend to join the YMCA's upcoming public survey.

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