Buffalo Police Chief Reports Busy Month In August

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, in his monthly report to the city council, said during the month of August there were 1,348 incidents in the city, 4,189 calls handled by the dispatch center, and no calls in the county for Animal Control Officer Karen Kimutis, so the county will not be for services during the month.

Celebration is 'Feel-Good' Event

People came for dinner and stayed for a pie auction, raffles and music at the Harvest Celebration hosted by the Powder River Basin Resource Council Saturday night.

Farmer's Market Celebrates Locally Grown Foods

More than 30 vendors, including some from Buffalo as well as Sheridan County, offered locally grown produce and homemade foods such as breads and preserves in a farmers market at Landon's Greenhouse Saturday.

Johnson County Signs Contract For TANF Grant

Johnson County's Commissioners approved signing the contract for ma $50,000 grant that will help fund children's and family services in the county.

Pool Painting Nearly Complete, Visitors Praise Facility

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson gave an update on the painting of the outdoor pool in Washington Park, saying city crews had completed the bottom of the pool, and are making progress towards completion.

City, County, Entities Discuss Economic Development

A meeting was scheduled Wednesday evening at Buffalo's City Hall to discuss economic development efforts by local organizations, how funding in the future for them was likely to decrease, and how they can cooperate to find ways to reduce duplication of services and make hard-to-come-by tax dollars go farther moving forward.

City Agrees To Revenue Recapture Plan For Grant Application

The Buffalo City Council agreed to a new condition tied to a grant application they will be submitting to the Wyoming Business Council (WBC) for funding on the proposed technology park planned on lands off of TW Road east of town.

Converse County Prisoners 'Enjoyed Their Stay' in Buffalo

Prisoners from Converse County, housed at the Johnson County Detention Center during the recent solar eclipse, enjoyed their stay here, according to Sheriff Steve Kozisek, who updated the county commissioners on the unusual situation at this week's meeting.

JCHC Chief of Staff: New Doctor Starting Soon

The Hospital Chief of Staff at the Johnson County Healthcare Center, Dr. Blaine Ruby, gave his report to the board of trustees at a recent meeting, and updated them on the status of a new doctor that is scheduled to begin working there this week.

County Adjusts Budget To Accommodate Grant Award

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a $365,769 amendment to their current 2017-18 budget at their Tuesday meeting.

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