Johnson County

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo continues to be concerned with how the Legislature will resolve the expected $400 million per year shortfall in educational funding during the next biennium, and would not be surprised to see a special session later this summer to resolve the issue.

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades gave hard copies of his report to the city council during their last meeting and Mayor Mike Johnson shared the highlights of the report with those at the council meeting.

February is National “Heart Health Month”, and we continue our series today with a look at heart disease and symptoms and warning signs of a heart attack.

Johnson County has approved and accepted an agreement for 2017 for Volunteers of America (VOA) to operate the county's Drug Court program.

During their recent meeting the Buffalo City Council voted to approve the recommendations for appointments to various boards as presented by Mayor Mike Johnson.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their luncheon this Wednesday that will feature the State of the City Address.

Sheridan County commissioners have voted to write a letter supporting an application by the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center for a state grant that could reduce the number of Title 25 patients in the mental health center's service area.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, in his recent report to the city council, reported that during tobacco compliance checks performed by his officers on January 29th, none of the 16 local retailers checked sold tobacco products to the underage buyer.

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