Johnson County

Buffalo's proposed Ordinance banning the sale, gift of, possession of, or use of electronic cigarettes by those under the age of 18 will have its second of three readings at their meeting Tuesday afternoon.

Johnson County's Commissioners will have their regularly-scheduled meeting today to discuss and act on a Quitclaim Deed and easement for the Clear Creek Pipeline and Outlet Works at the reservoir at Lake DeSmet.

A South African based company that owns land around Lake DeSmet in Johnson County is granting access to anglers and hunters for antelope Hunt Area 10.

Another Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Monster March has come and gone and this year was a success again, according to the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess spent a day in Gillette last week with officials from both Sheridan and Gillette to discuss marketing the region of the state for economic development.

Buffalo City Clerk Julie Silbernagel came before the city council at their last meeting to give the latest city financial report to the council and to enter the information into the public record, at the request of Councilman Bill Hawley.

Johnson County Facilities Manager Kim Glasgow came before the county commission at their last meeting, to show them his design for wind break structures at the Johnson County Judicial/Justice Center.

Buffalo's City Attorney Ben Kirven reported to the city council during their last meeting that he will be working on getting new easements for the South Tank and Water Line Project.

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