Johnson County

Buffalo's City Council approved the renewal applications for Liquor Licenses for businesses within the city limits at their last council meeting.

The Bread Of Life Food Pantry in Buffalo will typically serve anywhere from 150 to 175 Thanksgiving meals every year, so the need in the community is there, some years more so than in others.

The Sheridan Iron Works provided approximately 150 tons of steel, iron, sheet metal and other heavy structural material for Sheridan's new high school on Lewis Street.

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades reported to the City Council at their last meeting that he was considering adopting new building codes but had yet to reach a decision.

Buffalo's Turkey Trot, to benefit Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice, is scheduled for Thanksgiving morning before everyone partakes in the day's big feast.

Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer is advising the public that the winter weather conditions have forced him to extend the timeline for the Wagon Box culvert project on the two miles of Wagon Box Road south of the Sheridan County line.

Buffalo's City Council got the latest report from Police Chief Jason Carder at their last council meeting, and approved a grant request from him as well.

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their last commission meeting, met with Bob Snowden, Chairman of the Optional One-Percent Sales Tax Board to discuss options the commissioners have been weighing as far as awarding the one-percent funding in the future.

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