During last week's meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners received an abstract review of the county's valuation from Assessor Cindy Barlow.

She explains what the abstract is and how county government uses it as a tool for setting the budget.

There will be a free hike through the Bighorn Mountains this weekend near Buffalo, organized by the Wyoming Wilderness Association and is free and open to everyone, but registrations need to be in by the end of the day today.

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven, during a recent meeting, introduced his intern that will be working in his office this summer.

The number of people visiting Johnson County is expected to rise significantly during this summer's solar eclipse, but some of those visiting will be housed in the county's justice center.

This Saturday the fourth annual “Hike For Hope” will be happening to raise awareness and funds to help fight suicide.

Buffalo's City Council approved a temporary garbage permit for Scott Gruntmeier and Bald Mountain Sanitation to continue providing limited sanitation services to the city through the end of July, when they will either decide to continue with another contract or allow it to expire.

A hiking field trip to the West Range Fire site is scheduled for later this month, but the deadline to sign up is this Friday by the end of the business day.

The first of many Wednesday Farmer's Markets will be tonight at Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square and continue every week through September.

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