Johnson County

Michael Johnson entered a plea of “Not Guilty” during his arraignment in Johnson County District Court Tuesday, with Judge William J. Edelman accepting the plea.

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved and issued a partial fire restriction within the county, effective July 1st.

Buffalo's Sign Ordinance has passed its second reading after being tabled for a few weeks to give city officials time to “clean up” the wording in the document.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a contract for radio communications equipment for the county, as presented by County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly, and the county's RACES, or Radio Amateur Civilian Emergency Service Coordinator Robert Garrison.

The arraignment for Michael Johnson, a former employee at a Buffalo newspaper, was scheduled in Johnson County District Court for Monday, June 27th, at 1:30 in the afternoon, but was postponed until Tuesday, June 28th where he will face multiple counts of sexual abuse, drug and child pornography charges.

Johnson County's Commissioners reviewed and voted a number of requests bought before them during their last regular meeting.

Buffalo's City Council granted a number of requests before them during their last regular meeting.

The annual Living History Day, organized and put on by the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo, happened this past Saturday and had a “good turnout,” according to Museum Director Sylvia Bruner.

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