Johnson County

Clear Creek To Be Restored At Lobban Project

Project Engineer Brent Bennett, during his report to the city council, was asked about the Clear Creek channel at the Main Street Bridge, and if the contractor was planning to restore it to its pre-construction condition.

Joint Interim Revenue Committee Meets in Johnson County

Guest Editorial By: Gail Symons

Revenue Committee To Discuss Tourism Tax Further

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Revenue Interim Committee, meeting in Buffalo this week, will discuss a number of issues related to finding new revenue sources for the state.

City Denies YMCA Request For Repair Funds

The Buffalo City Council, at their last regular meeting, denied a request for funding from representatives of the Johnson County Family YMCA to make repairs on the city-owned building they are housed in.

Home Brewers To Compete At Saturday's Oktoberfest

Home brewers will have the opportunity to compete for prizes and bragging rights this weekend at Buffalo's annual Oktoberfest celebration.

Buffalo Council OKs Street Closure For Homecoming Parade

Buffalo's City Council approved a street closure request from representatives of Buffalo High School for the Homecoming Parade, which will be in a new location this year.

Buffalo Mayor Proclaims Suicide Prevention Week

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson, during the last city council meeting, proclaimed this week, September 10th through the 16th, as “Suicide Prevention Week” in Buffalo, and urged citizens to get involved to reduce and work towards eliminating one of the top public health issues in Johnson County.

VOA Gives County End Of Fiscal Year Report

Scott Duncan, Probation Coordinator for Volunteers of America, which runs Johnson County's Youth & Community Services program, gave his end-of-year report to the county commissioners during a recent meeting, saying the last quarter had been a busy one for the program.

Buffalo Police Chief Reports Busy Month In August

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, in his monthly report to the city council, said during the month of August there were 1,348 incidents in the city, 4,189 calls handled by the dispatch center, and no calls in the county for Animal Control Officer Karen Kimutis, so the county will not be for services during the month.

CRAAP is a Great Tool to Help You Decide if Information is Crap or Not

Most people have asked themselves the question, Is this information worth a crap? Well according to local Certified Personal Trainer Erin Nitschke, CRAAP is exactly what you need to use to weed out the crap.

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