Johnson County

Council approves resolution, licenses, board appointment

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council approved Resolution No. 1364, which amends the Safety Policy of the City of Buffalo pertaining to confined space procedures, hazard communication, lockout/tagout procedures and personal protective equipment.

Public meetings this week on zoning regs

The meeting in Buffalo will be Wednesday, December 4th at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' Community Building beginning at 7pm.
Kaycee's meeting will be Thursday, December 5th at the Harold Jarrard Park Community Building also at 7 o'clock.

Light Up Buffalo Fun, Successful

This weekend's Light Up Buffalo events were fun for those participating, and successful in raising funds for the Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA).

County approves amended contract for fairgrounds

Johnson County's Commissioners approved and amended contract for billing of power at the horse barns at the county's fairgrounds.

Signs, Dogs, Alleys Discussed By Council

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook gave his report to the council at their last meeting, and was asked about a number of concerns of some council members.

What's happening in Buffalo this weekend?

There's plenty to do in Buffalo this weekend, from shopping to fireworks to dinner and everything in between to kick off this first shopping weekend after Thanksgiving.

Movember Johnson County has dual winners

Buffalo's third annual Movember Mustache Gala Party happened Tuesday evening at the Occidental Hotel, and this year, two individuals tied for the title of “Mr. Movember.”

Zoning public meetings set for next week

Public meetings to gather input on the draft zoning regulations compiled by the planning and zoning commission have been set for next week in both Buffalo and Kaycee.

Sheridan College in Johnson County raises 34K for endowment

Sheridan College in Johnson County has raised more than $34,500 to use for a scholarship endowment.

State Engineer may inspect Tie Hack Dam

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook told the city council at their last meeting that he had received notification from the Wyoming State Engineer's Office that they would like to perform inspections on dams in the state.

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