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Farmer's Market Today At Crazy Woman Square

The weekly Buffalo Farmer's Market, organized by the Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA), has just a few more weeks left before it wraps up for another year, but will be in Crazy Woman Square this evening.

Buffalo Council Approves Grant Application for Sewer Lift

Buffalo's City Council has approved a resolution authorizing a grant application to the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) for the city to pay for replacing a sewer lift station.

Delay, Possible Increase in Cost For JCHC Project

Asbestos has caused a delay and a possible increase in costs for the next phase of the Johnson County Healthcare Center's 2018 building project, which is demolition of the old nursing home and an old section of the hospital.

Johnson County Commissioners' Meeting Preview

Johnson County's Commissioners will have their first meeting of September on Tuesday the 6th, beginning at 9am at the Historic Courthouse downtown.

JCHC To Educate, Increase Awareness Of Breast Cancer

*Note: this story has been updated with new and correct information.

During their recent monthly meeting, the Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center were given a report on a project with the goal of raising awareness in the community about breast cancer.

Delay, Possible Increase in Cost For JCHC Project

Asbestos has caused a delay and a possible increase in costs for the next phase of the Johnson County Healthcare Center's 2018 building project, which is demolition of the old nursing home and an old section of the hospital.

Buffalo Police Issue Counterfeit Bill Warning

The Buffalo Police Department, through the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, has issued a warning to retailers in the area to watch for counterfeit bills.

Johnson County's Candidates For the General Election

Johnson County Clerk Vicki Edelman has compiled the list of candidates for local positions that will appear on the ballot for the upcoming General Election in November.

Hospital Administrator Announces Resignation

Johnson County Healthcare Center's Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward officially announced his resignation to the hospital board during their August meeting Wednesday night.
The board then reluctantly moved to accept his resignation.

Public Health Offering Free Car Seat Safety Event

For those parents that have wondered whether or not their child car seats or booster seats are the right fit for their child, or whether or not they are installed properly to ensure the child's safety, there will be a free Car Seat Safety Check-Up event on September 7th at the parking lot at Prosinski Park in Buffalo.

School Board Will See New Faces After General Election

In order to appear on the ballot in November, candidates needed to file their intent to run for the open positions on the Johnson County School Board before the deadline of Monday, August 29th.

Buffalo's Business Rountables Begin In September

Buffalo's monthly Business Roundtables will begin again starting in September at the Sagewood Gifts and Cafe downtown.

Plan Now For Buffalo Chamber's Oktoberfest

This year's seventh annual Buffalo Oktoberfest, presented by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, is just a couple of weeks away, but organizers are encouraging those who wish to participate in the Home Brew Contest to register now for the event.

Buffalo's Fifth 'Longmire Days' Draws Thousands

Buffalo's fifth annual “Longmire Days” was this past weekend, and drew thousands of people into northeast Wyoming to meet the stars and V.I.P's, participate in the events and celebrate the television series based on the books written by Ucross author Craig Johnson.

Buffalo Crowds Entertained By 'Longmire' Softball Game

Buffalo's fifth annual “Longmire Days” celebration kicked off Friday with a parade and autograph session among other events, but what could be called the main draw that evening was the Longmire Softball Game between the Cowboys and Indians teams.

Buffalo Police Report To Council On Tobacco Checks

The Buffalo Police Department performed tobacco compliance checks at area businesses on June 15, according to the report given to the Buffalo City Council by Police Chief Jason Carder.

Johnson County Commissioners Pay Final Bills For 2015-16

Johnson County's Commissioners had their Final Bill Pay Day on Tuesday, June 28th, for all county departments, boards, and districts to submit their bills for the month of June before the county closed out their books for fiscal year 2015-16.

Johnson Enters 'Not Guilty' Plea During Arraignment

Michael Johnson entered a plea of “Not Guilty” during his arraignment in Johnson County District Court Tuesday, with Judge William J. Edelman accepting the plea.

Johnson County: Partial Fire Restriction Effective July 1st

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved and issued a partial fire restriction within the county, effective July 1st.

Buffalo's Sign Ordinance Passes Second Reading On Split Vote

Buffalo's Sign Ordinance has passed its second reading after being tabled for a few weeks to give city officials time to “clean up” the wording in the document.