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Hospice Show To Perform This Weekend In Buffalo

The biennial Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice Variety Show, this year titled “An Evening With Carol Burnett” will be performing both Friday and Saturday nights at 7pm at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

Hicks, Greenough Speak On Behalf of Johnson County

The annual State of Johnson County Address was presented at a Wednesday Chamber Luncheon at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse in Buffalo.

Commissioners Linda Greenough and Jim Hicks gave the presentation which focused on where the county is now and maintaining that in the near future.

Phone Scam Targeting Buffalo Area

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder has informed Sheridan Media that there is a phone scam targeting people in the Buffalo Area.

Buffalo Council Makes Various Appointments

Buffalo City Council

With Buffalo's new mayor and council members taking their seats at the first city council meeting of the year last week, some yearly housekeeping was necessary.

Buffalo Chamber Presents State Of County Address Today

The annual “State Of The County Address” will be given today at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse on East Hart Street in Buffalo.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and Oldies 105-9 are co-sponsoring the address, which will be given by Commission Chair Jim Hicks.

Madden Concerned With Medicaid Expansion In Wyoming

Mike Madden

The Wyoming Legislative Session convenes this week at the capitol in Cheyenne, and House Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo will be addressing Medicaid expansion, an area of concern for himself and other lawmakers in the state.

County Supports Oil and Gas Development Project

Johnson County's Commissioners have agreed to send a letter of support for the Greater Oxbow Oil and Gas Exploration and Development Project in Converse and Campbell Counties.

Madden's Bill Taxes Flares

Mike Madden

As the Wyoming Legislative Session convenes today at the capitol in Cheyenne, one of the bills House Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo will be discussing deals with flaring.

Man Killed in Rig Incident Identified as Gillette Man

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek has released the victim's name in a rig collapse that happened last Thursday east of Buffalo.

Killed in the incident was Joshua Nicholas Adam, 26, originally from Ida, Michigan but living in Gillette at the time of his death.

Hospital Reports No Flu Hospitalizations

Johnson County Healthcare Center's Chief of Staff, Dr. Brian Darnell, gave his monthly report to the board at their most recent meeting, covering topics ranging from a busy month of December at the facility to how the flu has shown in the local population.

Buffalo Agrees To Joint Resolution On Consensus Funds

The Buffalo City Council approved Mayor Mike Johnson to sign the joint Resolution between Johnson County, the City of Buffalo and Town of Kaycee to use this year's Countywide Consensus Funds for the Johnson County Library.

Former Commissioner Endorsed For Airport Land Sales

Former Johnson County Commission Chair Delbert Eitel, along with former Commissioner John Gibbs attended the most recent commission meeting and former Commissioner Eitel recommended Gibbs to the current commissioners to oversee the upcoming land sales of county-owned lands near the county airport.

Person Killed in Drilling Rig Incident

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek has confirmed there was a fatality in a drilling rig incident east of Buffalo Thursday afternoon.

New Johnson County Attorney Begins Building Staff

Tucker Ruby, elected as Johnson County's New Attorney in November of last year, took office this week and has begun to build his staff.

Reimann Recognized For Service

At this week's Buffalo City Council meeting, Steve Reimann was recognized and given a plaque thanking him for his more than 20 years of service on the city's Planning and Zoning Commission.

Johnson County Hospital Board Elects Officers For 2015

Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees postponed their December meeting until Wednesday, January 7th.
In addition to their regular meeting reports, the board held their annual election of officers during the meeting.

Private or City-Owned? Council, Residents Discuss Sewer Line

Buffalo's City Council, 2015. From left: Dave Long, Russ Humphrey, Mayor Mike Johnson, Wes Haskins, Bill Hawley.

A problem with a sewer line on Swift Street in north Buffalo has prompted residents there to look into whether the line is privately owned or owned by the city, to determine who is ultimately responsible for repairs and maintenance.

County Signs Resolution For Consensus Funds To Library

At this week's meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners approved the chair to sign a joint Resolution between the county, City of Buffalo and Town of Kaycee authorizing the Countywide Consensus Grant Funding to be allocated to the Johnson County Library.

State Of Johnson County Address January 14

Mark your calendars now for the annual “State Of The County Address” to be given Wednesday, January 14th beginning at noon.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and Oldies 105-9 invite the public to attend the Chamber Luncheon that day at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse.

Commissioners Elect Officers, Make Board Appointments

Johnson County's Commissioners

Johnson County's Commissioners had their first meeting of the year Tuesday and as they traditionally do, elected officers and made appointments to the county's various boards.