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Work Begins To Finish Lobban Avenue Project

Construction on Buffalo's Lobban Avenue Project began on Monday for the spring/summer 2017 season, after a few months off for the winter.

Auditions For Creekside's Spring Play This Week

Buffalo's Creekside Performing Arts will be having auditions for all ages for their spring play entited “Night At The Wax Museum” this Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Traditional Scottish, Irish Music Tonight At Buffalo Library

Those who may enjoy a wee bit of traditional Scottish and Irish music will want to be at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo tonight.

Updates Coming For County Subdivision Regulations

During their recent meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners questioned County Planner Jim Waller on the status of the pending revisions to the subdivision regulations.

Chamber Lunch To Discuss Identity Theft Prevention

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their luncheon for the month of April this Wednesday in the Conference Center at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse.

Celebrate Easter This Weekend In Buffalo

This weekend there will be many opportunities to celebrate Easter in Buffalo, from church services to egg hunts for the kids.

More Weekend Happenings In Johnson County

It's Easter Weekend with related events going on, but in addition there are many other events happening in Johnson County this weekend.

New County Septic Regs Ready For Public Review, Adoption

Johnson County's new septic regulations have been compiled and updated and are ready fr public meetings for review and eventual adoption by the commissioners to be enacted.

Donating Usable Shoes Will Benefit Local Shelter

Now through the end of May, unused and unneeded shoes that still have some life left in them can be donated and benefit the St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo.

Buffalo Police Report Given To City Council

In his regular report to the Buffalo City Council at their recent meeting, Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder said it was a relatively normal month for his department.

Mayor Proclaims April 4th 'Day Of Service' In Buffalo

Mayor Mike Johnson proclaimed Tuesday, April 4th as “National Service Recognition Day” in the City of Buffalo.

Commissioners Take Care of 'Housekeeping' During Meeting

Johnson County's Commissioners attended to some minor “housekeeping” duties at this week's regular meeting.

The commissioners voted to approve paying nearly $321,000 in vouchers for the month.

Two Approved For County Board Positions

Two people will serve on separate county boards, after the Johnson County Commissioners voted to approve them at their meeting earlier this week.

Buffalo Building Permits Steady, Despite Down Economy

Building permits issued in Buffalo have overall maintained a steady pace during the last few years, in spite of a downward trend in the local economy during that time, according to Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades.

County Authorizes Chair To Sign TW Road IRP Contract

Johnson County's Commissioners approved Chairman Bill Novotny to sign the forthcoming Industrial Road Project (IRP) Contract with the Wyoming Department of Transportation on the planned TW Road Project, once it is reviewed by the county attorney's office.

Buffalo, Johnson County Fund Study For Coding School

Buffalo's City Council and the Johnson County Commissioners agreed to provide $100,000 or $50,000 each in funding for a study to be completed that could possibly bring a coding school to Buffalo, that will eventually bring good jobs to the area.

County Agrees To G&F Contract For Lake DeSmet Services

Johnson County and the Wyoming Game & Fish Commission have entered into a new three-year contract that will allow County Road and Bridge to continue to offer their services at the Monument Access Area at Lake Desmet.

Buffalo Named As 'Tree City USA' For 2016

Buffalo has been named as a 2016 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation, honoring the city's commitment to effective urban forest management.

Buffalo Council Approves Applications For Rec District Funding

Applications for funding grants to the Johnson County Recreation District on behalf of the city were approved unanimously by the Buffalo City Council at their Tuesday meeting.

PMO: Time To Clean Out Medicine Cabinets

The Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming (PMO) urges everyone to plan now to spring clean their medicine cabinets to rid themselves of unwanted, unused or expired prescription drugs, which in turn can safeguard family and friends from medicine misuse and/or abuse.