During their last meeting the Johnson County Commissioners were approving vouchers and paying bills when the discussion turned to the amount of money the county and City of Buffalo were paying for utilities at the new Criminal Justice/Judicial Center complex on West Fort Street.
City of Buffalo work crews will be concentrating on chipping and sealing city streets now before winter sets in, according to Larry Joubert, sitting in for Public Works Director Les Hook at the city council's last meeting.
Officials with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce are looking for people who are interested in becoming sponsors or volunteers for the Fifth Annual Oktoberfest, scheduled for next weekend in downtown Buffalo.
The Arch Coal Foundation kicked off their Teacher Achievement Awards program Monday in Wyoming. According to Arch Coal Vice President of External Affairs Greg Schaefer, this is the fifteenth year for the program, the longest running, privately sponsored teacher recognition program in the state.
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