Johnson County

Buffalo's City Council heard an appeal of a decision made by the City's Planning & Zoning Commission to not allow the parking of a Recreational Vehicle (RV) on private property while they are gone during the winter months.

Friday November 11th is Veterans Day, and Buffalo will be observing the National Holiday with ceremonies at the Veterans Memorial downtown.

Voters in Johnson County turned out in more numbers than expected during Tuesday's General Election.
There were 4,402 registered voters before the election, but 4,485 actually cast votes, meaning 83 additional voters registered before voting Tuesday.

Today is election day 2016, and for those unsure where to vote in Johnson County, here is some information that may help.

The 2016 General Election in Johnson County, in addition to the federal and state races, will determine who will fill the open seat on the county commission, and who will win the two open positions on the Buffalo City Council.
Additionally, there are positions available on the Johnson County School Board, and spots open on various county boards and districts.

During their recent regular meeting, Johnson County's Commissioners considered a request from the County's University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Office to allow them to close during the holidays to coincide with the holiday closure at the university.

The former “Clear Creek Brewing Company” in Buffalo has officially changed its name to “MISHAP! Brewing Company,” after an official launch party this weekend in Buffalo.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, in his report at Tuesday's city council at meeting, said his department was busy Halloween night with some issues not relating to children and trick-or-treating, but adults threatening suicide.

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