Johnson County

Ski Feature Series Lead, SD: The Sports Lure

Over the next several days, Sheridan Media will bring you content on what it would be like to take a vacation to Lead, South Dakota. We will be highlighting places to eat, stay, and play throughout the features.

Madden On Legislature's First Week, Lake DeSmet Bill

State Representative Mike Madden (R-Buffalo) is in Cheyenne for this year's legislative budget session and will be checking in with Sheridan Media to give updates during his time there.

City Works: New Sewage Lift Station Now On Line

During his recent report to the city council, Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook was asked about the status of the new sewage lift station east of town.

Johnson County BOE Considers Tax Protests

The Johnson County Commissioners, acting as the County Board of Equalization (BOE), considered and rendered decisions on a number of tax protests at their last meeting.

February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and today we begin a series of stories that focus on the most important muscle in your body. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

BHS 'Elegant Evening of Jazz' Set For February 24th

The Buffalo High School Music Department's “Club 87 Elegant Evening of Jazz” is happening on Saturday, February 24th, and there are still a limited amount of tickets available.

JCHC Board OK's Per Diem Contract For ER Coverage

At their recent meeting, the Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center approved a per diem contract with a new doctor for emergency room (ER) coverage in the facility.

Regular Deadline For Buffalo's Small Business Expo Today

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's 15th Annual 2018 Johnson County Small Business Expo will be happening in March, but vendors can save some money by signing up before regular registration ends today.

City Works Discusses Water Study, One-Percent Apps

City Works Director Les Hook, in his report to the city council, said the Level II Buffalo Groundwater Supply Study has started, and so far looks good.

Buffalo's State Of The City Address Postponed

The annual State Of The City address, which was scheduled for next Wednesday, has been postponed until later this month, according to a release from the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.

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