Johnson County

Buffalo's second annual “Longmire Days” will be happening August 17th and 18th this year, and already it will be bigger, better and offer more fun things to do than last year's kickoff event.

The Johnson County Board of Health met at the last County Commissioner's meeting for their regularly scheduled second quarter meeting.

The scars from last year's Gilead Fire are still visible at the Rock Creek Recommended Wilderness Area a few miles north of Buffalo. But adjacent to the dozer lines are dozens and dozens of wildflowers that have since spawned and matured.

At the last Johnson County Commissioner's meeting, the commissioners took care of a number of smaller issues.

The four-apartment complex located at 181 N. Adams Ave. now has a new tenant after the commission approved leasing one at their last meeting.

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council approved a change order on the Conrad/Walters Street Project at the new Cloud Peak School.

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees, at their last meeting, received their monthly report on Memorials and Donations for June of this year.

The Amie Holt Care Center received $50 through the Ada Burris Memorial and $25 through the May Darrah Memorial.

Young anglers will have a chance to try their luck at fishing and learn about the environment when the Bighorn National Forest and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department sponsor Kids' Fishing Day on July 13, from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm, at the Porcupine Ranger Station pond.

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