Johnson County

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson made a proclamation during last week's meeting honoring the LifeSmarts team at Buffalo High School for their recent accomplishment becoming the 2017 Wyoming LifeSmarts Champion.

Local Chapters of the Christian Motorcycle Association participate in their annual Run for the Son ride on Saturday. Riders started in Sheridan, stopped in Ucross to meet up with the Gillette Chapter, had lunch in Buffalo, and came back home.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a Resolution at their meeting Tuesday that will set aside roughly $650,000 in county money to finalize the amount needed for the upcoming TW Road Industrial Road Project (IRP).

Nicole Hobbs, the new Chief Executive Officer with the Johnson County Healthcare Center, has begun settling into the new job with the help of outgoing Administrator Sandy Ward, who will retire this spring.

The owner of a Kentucky-based technology company was in town this week for a number of meetings with city leaders and representatives from local business, education, and other areas to discuss the possibility of expanding into Buffalo.

Johnson County's Commissioners, acting as the County Board of Equalization, sided with the County Assessor Cindy Barlow in a tax protest case that will now likely go to the State's Board of Equalization for review.

The City of Buffalo will possibly be getting a new park with a labyrinth, if plans of a local non-profit service organization are implemented.

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved and accepted an agreement between the county and the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) for 2017 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) in the amount of $200,000.

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