Buffalo

The annual Healthy Kids Day, put on by the Johnson County Family YMCA was this past Saturday, and again had a great turnout of kids learning healthy habits they can take with them to lead healthier lives.

Today, Saturday, April 26th, you can take your unwanted, unused prescription drugs to be collected and properly disposed of.

Governor Matt Mead attended Thursday night's awards dinner for the Wyoming Chamber Partnership Spring Conference held in Buffalo.

The three-day conference featured Chambers of Commerce from around the state for training, networking, and the awards ceremony attended by Governor Mead.

Five students from our coverage area have been chosen as senators at the University of Wyoming in Laramie.

This week Buffalo will be hosting the annual Wyoming Chamber Partnership's annual Spring Conference.

Chambers of Commerce from around the state will be here for training, see a new community, do a little networking, and something new this year, an awards ceremony that will be attended by Governor Matt Mead.

Johnson County's Juvenile Mentoring Program has been active for two years and been successful according to County Attorney Ken DeCock, who approached the county commissioners this week to seek financial support for a grant application, and to make the county aware that with the old jail site slated

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook reported to the city council that the NW Water Pipeline Project has officially begun construction, with 240 feet of pipe installed in the ground the first day of construction Tuesday, April 15th.

Sydney Rowe and Anne Quast, with the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming (or PMO), gave a presentation to the Johnson County Commissioners updating them on what the organization has been up to and what they will be working in the near future.

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