Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven continues to work on revisions to the city's liquor codes, after meetings with city leaders outlined some changes and additions that needed to be made to the code, after the state legislature gave the power to do so to local governments during this year's session.

INTERAPT, the Kentucky-based technology company looking at a possible expansion into Buffalo, is looking at what could be a fast timeline to get everything finalized and begin the education/apprenticeship program here, if the feasibility study currently underway shows no major hurdles to moving forward.

The upcoming “Longmire Days” celebration in Buffalo later this summer is expected to bring thousands of visitors not only to Buffalo and Johnson County, but to much of the surrounding area as well.

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook announced at the recent city council meeting that the annual Lake DeSmet Conservation District's Hazardous Waste Collection Day has been set for the first weekend in June at the fairgrounds.

The Merlin Ranch, which is owned by State Treasurer Mark Gordon and his wife, Jennie, has committed to a platinum-level sponsorship of this year's Wyoming Women's Antelope Hunt.

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County have set the days for their joint annual Free Landfill Days for this year, from May 17th through the 20th.

Friday, May 12th has been designated as Buddy Poppy Day in the City of Buffalo by proclamation of Mayor Mike Johnson, during the recent city council meeting.

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center will decide on when they will have their upcoming budget meetings, the public hearing on the budget and when they will finalize and officially adopt the budget during their next regular board meeting later this month.

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