Buffalo

Buffalo's Building Inspector Toby Rhoades gave his report to the city council last week, saying he has issued three building permits for the Buffalo Ridge Subdivision.

A meeting held in Buffalo Friday evening gave locals a chance to learn more about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as “Obamacare,” Medicaid Expansion in the state and how these may or may not affect the state and its citizens.

The Buffalo High School Speech and Debate team has been traveling for a few weeks and has had some great results. The team is a touch smaller this year than in the past, but that hasn’t stopped them from excelling in their performances.

Johnson County has gained nearly $612 million in valuation and will receive nearly $5.5 million in back taxes and interest, due to audits on oil and gas companies performed by the County Assessor's office during 2013.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder recapped his report to the city council for the month of January, saying there were 1,147 incidents and 3,090 calls handled by his department and dispatch.

Friday there will be a public informational meeting in Buffalo to discuss proposed changes in the Wyoming Healthcare System and how those changes may affect Johnson County residents.

The Johnson County Commissioners approved a number of people to various boards at their Tuesday meeting, including one to the Fair Board out of what they said were “a very qualified group” of six applicants.

When the Johnson County Library began giving classes last year for people to learn how to better use their handheld electronic devices, smart phones and computers, it was such a success they have decided to continue the program this winter as well.

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