Johnson County

Buffalo's fourth annual Longmire Days celebration will conclude its three-day run on Sunday with another full day of events.

Officials from the Boys and Girls Club of the Bighorns and the Town of Kaycee came before the Johnson County Commissioners at their special meeting Wednesday to make a last-minute plea for more funding for the programs before the commission finalized its budget for the year.

A full weekend of events has been planned for the Fourth Annual Longmire Days celebration in Buffalo.

Johnson County's Commissioners adopted their budget for fiscal year 2015-16 during a special meeting at the county courthouse in Buffalo Wednesday morning.

In addition to Resolution No. 514, the annual appropriations bill for the county, the commissioners approved other necessary requirements to finalize the budget for fiscal year 2015-16.

Johnson County's Commissioners have called a special meeting for today to finalize their budget for FY2015/16.
The meeting will get underway at 9am this morning.

The Buffalo Farmer's Market is back in Crazy Woman Square this afternoon from 5 to 7pm, featuring locally-grown foods, local goods and crafts and other offerings.

The Fourth Annual Longmire Days celebration is coming up this weekend in Buffalo, and Friday will be a busy day full of events to start the three-days worth of festivities.

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