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Johnson County Schools Start Monday

This weekend is the last hurrah of summer vacation for students in Johnson County, as schools will welcome them back on Monday to begin their 2015-16 school year.

Zombie Fun Run Tonight In Buffalo

The Third Annual Zombie Fun Run will be happening tonight, with proceeds raised from the event to benefit both the Bread of Life Food Pantry and the Buffalo High School Cross Country Team.

Final Change Order Approved On Buffalo's NW Pipeline Project

The Buffalo City Council was presented the Final Change Order on the NW Water Pipeline Project by Public Works Director Les Hook.

Johnson County Signs 4-H Educator Salary Agreement

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to accept and approve their portion of the salary for the county's 4-H Educator.

The position is also partially funded by the University of Wyoming through the Johnson County Extension Office.

Candidates For County Planning Job Down Now At Two

The candidates for the position of Johnson County Planner are at two, after the county commissioners voted to accept the recommendations from the committee charged with finding viable candidates.

Buffalo Council Passes Downtown Rezoning On Second Read

At Tuesday's regular meeting, Buffalo's City Council passed on second reading, Ordinance No. 1379 which will change the boundaries and the zoning of the downtown business district.

Beer Lovers To Convene At Kaycee Brew Fest

Beer drinkers, brewers and all lovers of all things beer will be enjoying many happenings in northeast Wyoming in the next few weeks, starting with Kaycee's Powder River Brew Fest coming up on Saturday, August 29th.

Buffalo Council To Address Downtown Zoning, Oktoberfest

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Buffalo's City Council will have their second regular meeting for August tonight in City Hall.

Johnson County Has Full Agenda For Today's Meeting

Johnson County's Commissioners will be working through a full agenda at their meeting today.

Gardner Peak Fire In Johnson County Officially Out

Powder River Fire District Public Information Officer Marilyn Connolly released a statement Monday afternoon saying the Gardner Peak Fire, in southern Johnson County, is now out, and all resources have been demobilized.

City Attorney On Tattoo Parlors, NW Water Pipeline

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven spoke on a number of subjects during his report to the city council at their last meeting, giving his opinion on how the city should address the issues.

Unmowed City Lots Addressed Again At City Council

At their last regular meeting, Buffalo City Councilman Russ Humphrey asked Building Inspector Toby Rhoades what was being done to alleviate city lots that were continuing to need mowed.

Gardner Peak Fire Still Burning, 95% Contained

The Gardner Peak Fire, located west of Kaycee, is now estimated to be 95% contained, and has so far burned about 29 acres of sagebrush and insect-killed timber about one-half mile north of the Gardner Mountain Wilderness Study Area.

Rope For Knowledge Today In Buffalo

The 7th Annual Sheridan College in Johnson County Rope For Knowledge Scholarship Roping is today at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Information On Gardner Peak Fire

Powder River Fire District Public Information Officer Marilyn Connolly has released the latest information on the Gardner Peak Fire, in southern Johnson County.

County Pushing For Upgrades In Emerald Park

The Johnson County Commissioners will be asking for the developer of the Emerald Park Subdivision north of Buffalo to complete the promised improvements by paving roads in the subdivision yet this summer.

Lobban Street Design Discussed At Council Meeting

The latest information concerning the Lobban Street redesign was given to the city council during their last regular meeting by Buffalo's Planning Director Lynn Barrett.

Buffalo Council To Wait On Feedback For FEMA Drainage Grant

Buffalo's City Council had a discussion on a drainage grant scheduled for their last regular meeting, but chose to wait on feedback from FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) before pursuing it further.

Buffalo's South Tank Pipeline Project Nearing Completion

The South Water Tank Pipeline Project is nearing completion, according to Buffalo Public Works Director Les Hook, who made the announcement during his report to the city council at their last meeting.

Annual Zombie Fun Run Coming to Buffalo

The annual Zombie Fun Run, to benefit both the Bread of Life Food Pantry and the Buffalo High School Cross Country Team will be happening on Thursday, August 20th, according to food pantry director Pam McFadden.