Auditions Set For Creekside's Next Play

Buffalo's Creekside Performing Arts will be presenting their production of “The Trials of Robin Hood” by Will Averill later this summer, and will be holding auditions for performers this month.

Buffalo Mayor: Detention Pond Project On Schedule

Buffalo's detention pond project is well underway and on schedule for completion at the end of May or early June, according to Mayor Shane Schrader.

JCHC Board Discusses Rural Health Proposal

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center discussed a letter received from the Rural Healthcare District that proposes combining ambulance services with the hospital district and the rural healthcare district as a cost-saving measure that might also improve services to city and county residents.

Buffalo Church Celebrates 100 Years

St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo will be celebrating “100 Years of Grace” during events in the next few weeks, and all are invited to help celebrate.

UW College Signing Day

Starting today, students from around the state and nation will be celebrating their choice to attend the University of Wyoming in the fall.

JCHC CEO Discusses Upcoming Budget Sessions

Johnson County Healthcare Center CEO Sean McCallister, in his monthly report to the board of trustees, touched on subjects ranging from the recent state trauma review to the upcoming budget sessions.

BHS Students Reach National Final Four in Competition

Students from Buffalo High School competed in, and earned a final four appearance in a competition to vie for a national title.

May Women's Health Forum on Nutrition, Healthy Weight

The Buffalo Women's Health Forum for the month of May will feature nutrition and a healthy weight, presented by the Johnson County Healthcare Center.

Steve Rzasa Named Johnson County Library Director

Steve Rzasa has been named as the next Director of the Johnson County Library.

The library board made the decision at their meeting last Monday, but the official announcement wasn't made until Friday.

JCHC Discusses Possible One-Percent Funding For Projects

With the pharmacy remodel project coming in at roughly $400,000 and almost double the original estimate, the Board of Trustees at the Johnson County Healthcare Center discussed the possibility of pursuing one-percent funds from the county to help pay for the project.

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