Johnson County

Christopher Schaar, representing Wild West Gun Shows, will be addressing and giving a presentation to Buffalo's City Council tonight at their regular meeting in Buffalo's City Hall.

Also on the agenda, Mike Garvey and Mark Hughes will be giving the council a presentation on trees.

The Longmire television series, now that it has moved from a regular television network to Netflix, has a lot of people wondering where or how they can watch their favorite show.

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett gave her report to the city council at their last regular meeting, touching on an upcoming Planning and Zoning work session, the design for Lobban Street, and a conference she attended.

A body discovered by a rancher riding a four-wheeler near Healy Reservoir east of Buffalo on Sunday, September 6th has not yet been identified but the cause of death has been determined as a self-inflicted gunshot to the head, according to Johnson County Under-sheriff Kerry Wolf.

During their last regular meeting the Buffalo City Council approved the city to sponsor a Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) Level II Feasibility Study application for the proposed Buffalo Rural Area Water Supply System.

Buffalo's City Council addressed some minor issues at their last meeting, approving street closure and catering permit requests.

It's time now to take a look back to some of the top stories from this past week:

The Johnson County Commissioners announced that Administrative Assistant Jennifer Jackson was leaving her position and that the last regular meeting was her last and thanked for her service to them over the last few years.

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