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Library Grand Opening Draws Hundreds For Celebration

What appeared to be hundreds of people showed up Monday evening at the Johnson County Library for the Grand Opening of the building following its recently finished addition and remodeling project.

Gatchell's 'Living History Day' Scheduled For This Weekend

The annual Living History Day, put on by the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum, will be happening this year after all, and is scheduled for this coming Saturday, June 25th.

Johnson County Library Open House Tonight

The Johnson County Library's expansion project is complete, and the Open House to celebrate its completion and to show off the new facility to the public will be tonight at 7pm.

Buffalo Council Approves Catering, Open Container Requests

At their last regular meeting, the Buffalo City Council reviewed and approved a number of catering and open container requests brought before them.

Johnson County Approves Various Board Appointments

Johnson County's Commissioners, during their last regular meeting, reviewed and approved a number of appointments to various board positions, as requested.

Buffalo Council Releases Held Funds On Water Line Project

Buffalo's City Council has released roughly $22,000 in held funds to the contractor that worked on the 18-inch water line project last year.

'Hike For Hope' To Fight Suicide, Mental Health Issues

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This Saturday in Buffalo, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), Wyoming Chapter; and the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Johnson County will have their second annual Hike For Hope.

'Hike For Hope' To Fight Suicide, Mental Health Issues

This Saturday in Buffalo, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), Wyoming Chapter; and the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Johnson County will have their second annual Hike For Hope.

Chris LeDoux Days This Weekend In Kaycee

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Southern Johnson County will take at least some of the spotlight this weekend as Kaycee hosts the 6th Annual Chris LeDoux Days.

Buffalo Council Passes Amended Budget On Second Reading

Buffalo's City Council passed on second reading an amended version of their annual appropriations, or budget bill, with an increase in funds over the version passed on the first reading.

Buffalo Councilmen Explain Votes On Budget First Reading

As the Buffalo City Council was passing the second reading of their annual appropriations, or budget bill, during their last regular meeting, Vice Mayor Russ Humphrey, sitting in for absent Mayor Mike Johnson, explained why he and councilman Dave Long voted against the budget bill on its first reading at their last meeting in May.

Buffalo YMCA Receives Donation From Pacificorp

The Johnson County Family YMCA will be able to continue to provide is low-impact cardio supervised exercise program, where participants learn self-management of their cardiovascular health, thanks to a $4,000 grant from the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation.

JCSD1 Named As Defendant In Asbestos Lawsuit

Johnson County School District No. 1 has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit relating to asbestos exposure by a company that performed work in the district 30 years ago.

County May Lose WYDOT Funding Due To Policy Issue

Johnson County is looking into ways to fund programs they have traditionally received funding for through the Wyoming Department of Transportation, or WYDOT, if they lose the funding due to not meeting policy requirements to qualify for those grant funds.

City, Operator Sign Lease For Golf Course Bar/Restaurant

The City of Buffalo and Rub Of The Green Sports Bar and Grill, LLC have entered into an finalized agreement and each has signed the lease for the proprietor to run the bar and restaurant at the municipal golf course.

Johnson County Accepts Funds For Mentor Program

Johnson County's Commissioners approved and accepted $5,000 in additional grant funding from the Wyoming Department of Family Services to be used for the county's mentoring program.

More Buffalo Businesses Fail Alcohol, Tobacco Checks

The Buffalo Police Department performed more alcohol and tobacco compliance checks during May and early June, and a few businesses failed during each of the three separate checks.

Buffalo Council Approves First Read Of Setback Ordinance

Buffalo's City Council approved on first reading an Ordinance that will change city code concerning setbacks, density, and height requirements on lots within the city limits.

Library Open House Scheduled For June 20th

The Johnson County Library's expansion project is winding down, and the public Open House to celebrate its completion has been scheduled and the public is invited to attend and see the new facility.

Lot Line Variance Approved By Buffalo Council

A request for a lot line adjustment variance on an interior lot line was reviewed and discussed by Buffalo's City Council at their regular meeting Tuesday, brought before the council by City Planning Director Lynn Barrett.