Johnson County

Building Inspector Says Buffalo Is Growing

The City of Buffalo is growing, according to City Building Inspector Toby Rhoads, who gave a report to the city council during their recent meeting.

Wyoming State Canvassing Board Certifies General Election Results

CHEYENNE, WY –The Wyoming State Canvassing Board certified and made official the results of the 2018 General Election on Wednesday, November 14th.

Buffalo Council Approves Annexation On First Read

The Buffalo City Council has approved on first reading an Ordinance that if passed on three readings will approve an annexation of lands into the City of Buffalo.

Sheridan, Buffalo KOAs Receive Awards

The Sheridan/Big Horn Mountains and Buffalo Journey campgrounds have been names recipients of awards from the Kampgrounds of America.

Governor-elect Discusses Upcoming Legislative Session

Wyoming Governor-elect Mark Gordon discussed a number of topics and answered questions from the media during a recent telephone press conference.

Changes In This Year's 'Light Up Buffalo' Events

The annual “Light Up Buffalo” events will change slightly this year, according to Buffalo Downtown Association board member Julie Carpenter, who made the announcement to the Buffalo City Council at their recent meeting.

Johnson County Adopts Socio-Economic Profile

The University of Wyoming, in cooperation with the Wyoming County Commissioners' Association (WCCA), has completed a socio-economic profile for a number of counties in Wyoming, including Johnson County, and the county commission adopted the report and profile by vote at their last meeting.

Buffalo Council Adopts Hazard Mitigation Plan

The Buffalo City Council has passed a Resolution that adopted the Region 1 Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan, on the recommendation of County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

Auditions This Week For Creekside's '12 Angry Jurors'

Open auditions will be held this Thursday in Buffalo for Creekside Performing Arts' upcoming presentation of the play “12 Angry Jurors.”

Chamber Seeks Storage, Street Closures For Christmas Parade

The Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for storage options for Christmas decorations, and the Buffalo City Council has said they will help them do so.

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