'Feast Of Praise' Offered Sunday In Buffalo

Singers and musicians will be performing for the community this weekend in Buffalo to raise money for Compassion International and the local transient fund.

City Needs Easement From State For Existing Pipeline

The City of Buffalo is in need of an easement from the State of Wyoming for their existing raw water pipeline that is installed across state-owned lands near the city, according to City Attorney Ben Kirven, who spoke to the city council about the matter at their recent meeting.

Lobban Avenue Project 'Substantially Complete'

In his report to the Buffalo City Council at their recent meeting, Project Engineer Brent Bennett declared the Lobban Avenue Reconstruction project “substantially complete.”

County Accepts EMPG, Homeland Security Grants

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly brought two grant award agreements before the county commissioners at their recent meeting for them to consider and accept.

Wednesday's Chamber Lunch Features SCJC

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will host their luncheon for November on Wednesday, and this month's featured speaker will be Derek Andrews, Director of Sheridan College in Johnson County.

Veterans Day Observed In Buffalo Saturday

Saturday was Veterans Day, and Buffalo observed the National Holiday with ceremonies at the Veterans Memorial downtown.

County Approves Draw-Down For OJJDP Grant

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a draw-down from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Grant for just under $2,200.

Buffalo Council Gets Police Report For October

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report for October to the city council during their meeting earlier this week, saying there were 914 total incidents during the month.

City Accepts Grant For Floodwater Retention Pond

The Buffalo City Council has accepted a Homeland Security Disaster Mitigation Grant for the proposed floodwater retention pond the city wants to build for flood control.

Certification For TW Road Project Approved By County

Rights-of-Way and Utility easement certification was approved by the Johnson County Commission at their meeting this week, one step needed for the upcoming TW Road reconstruction project which is tentatively set to begin in the spring or summer of 2018.

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