Johnson County

The new flagpole in front of the city hall in Buffalo, installed as part of a Boy Scout’s Eagle Scout project will be dedicated today as part of a Flag Day ceremony. The dedication will be held at 1 Sunday afternoon. The public is welcome to attend.

A new round of heavy rain has caused additional minor flooding in areas of northern and central Wyoming.

This month's “Dining for a Cause” fundraiser at Frackelton's restaurant in Sheridan will help support the Big Horn Mountain Music Festival, held annually in Buffalo.

Buffalo's City Council, at their last regular meeting, approved a renewal for the Interconnection Agreement between the City of Buffalo and Pacificorp, for the city's diversion dam hydroelectric facility on Clear Creek.

Jordan Snyder, a 2015 graduate of Buffalo High School, will be representing Wyoming while competing in this year's Distinguished Young Women National Finals to be held June 25th through the 27th in Mobile, Alabama.

A severe thunderstorm moved into Sheridan County shortly before 8 last night, that caused flash flooding throughout parts of the area, and the National Weather Service to issue a flood warning for Sheridan County through noon today. Reporter Pat Blair has the latest update from the county’s emergency management coordinator.

Johnson County Public Information Officer Marcy Schueler sent out an e-mail early Wednesday, saying representatives would be in the county this week to survey the damage from last week's flash flood incident.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a property boundary adjustment to the Guyton Property just off of Klondike Road south of Buffalo, as brought before them by County Planner Rob Yingling.

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