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Over the next few days we will be taking a look back at Johnson County's top stories for 2016.
Today we will focus on the second quarter of the year, from April through June of 2016.

The City of Buffalo will again be taking used Christmas trees once residents are done with them, but at a new location this year.

Buffalo's City Hall has been busy answering calls from residents concerned that snow removal is taking longer than they are accustomed to on secondary and lesser streets.

We begin our Year in Review today with a look back at some of the top news stories of 2016.

The Special Purpose One-Cent Sales Tax in Johnson County that was added for the library expansion project will expire on December 31st of this year, after the county collected the amount needed to pay for the project.

The Christmas snow storm that hit northeast Wyoming over the weekend and into early Monday blanketed the area in a lot of snow and closed roads throughout the corner of the state, but mid-day Monday saw residents and visitors alike pitching in to begin digging out, getting the roads open and getting life at least somewhat back to normal.

At last week’s Sheridan City Council meeting, a public hearing was held on the Sheridan Land Use Plan.

Next week, the Council for the Bighorn Range is providing public workshops in Buffalo and Sheridan regarding the proposed Wyoming Constitutional amendment on the transfer of management or title of public lands.

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