Johnson County

Sheridan Media's Sue Engelhardt was honored Wednesday at the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's luncheon, where she was given the Spirit of Buffalo award for her years of volunteer service to the chamber and its events.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, during his latest report to the city council, praised local establishments for their exemplary record during alcohol compliance checks recently performed by his officers.

Buffalo's City Council voted to allow a landowner to use water rights on his property once earmarked for annexation into the city as a multi-use subdivision.

Buffalo's City Council passed for a second time a grant application to the State Loans and Investments Board for a city capital construction project.

The Johnson County School Board discussed and then passed on second and final reading three separate policy file changes during their recent March meeting.

The 14th Annual Johnson County Small Business Expo will be happening this weekend at Buffalo's Bomber Mountain Civic Center.

This August, Wyoming will be a popular destination for people seeking to enjoy the full solar eclipse. This is largely due to the fact that the path of totality, or the path that will see the effects for the longest, goes right through the state.

This week, March 12th through the 18th, has been proclaimed “Girl Scout Week” in Buffalo by Mayor Mike Johnson, who honored a local group of scouts at the last city council meeting.

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