Main Library To Get Drive-Up Book Drop Box

The main branch of the Johnson County Library in Buffalo will be getting a drive-up book drop box, after a request from the library board was approved by the county commissioners at their meeting Tuesday.

Buffalo Council Sets One-Percent Allocation

Buffalo's City Council voted to set this year's annual allocation to the One-Percent Committee at $600,000 on the recommendation of Mayor Mike Johnson.

Rescheduled State Of The City Address Coming Feb 28th

The annual State Of The City Address, which was originally scheduled for February 21st, was rescheduled for Wednesday, February 28th during this month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.

County Pays Retainage On Airport Wildlife Fence

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a request from the Airport Board to pay the balance of the retainage on the airport wildlife fence project that was completed earlier this fall.

Buffalo Council Accepts Clean City Audit Report

The Buffalo City Council got their audit report at their meeting Tuesday and accepted the findings of a clean audit.

Senior Center's Annual Pie and Dessert Auction March 8th

The Buffalo Senior Center will host the 12th annual Pie and Dessert Auction March 8th at the center.

Legislators Face Challenges in Budget Session

One-week of the month long Legislative Budget Session in Cheyenne is in the books. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter recently spoke with one of our local senators to discuss the challenges that legislators face with the budget deficit.

Anadarko Seeks Refund For Interest On Taxes

Anadarko Petroleum is seeking a refund on interest they paid on a tax bill that was mistakenly paid to Johnson County.

Business After Hours At Coldwell Banker Thursday

This week's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event, the second this month, will be at Coldwell Banker, and will feature a ribbon cutting for the established business with a new name, according to Jen Mangiapane, Director of Communications for the chamber.

Buffalo Council Prepares For Meetings, WAM Conference

The Buffalo City Council will have their regular meeting this evening, but no agenda was available due to governmental offices being closed for Presidents Day.
The meeting will begin at 5pm in City Hall.

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