Johnson County

This year's “Longmire Days” will feature a fun, new event that requires fan participation, so the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is urging those with talent to sign up for and show it off during the “Longmire Days Talent Show.

Johnson County's Commissioners will be looking into options to make it easier for them or someone they designate to make a decision as to whether or not to allow a fireworks display to happen during a county-wide fire ban.

Shon Shroeful, owner of Buffalo's Wash Me Car Wash, came back before the city council at their last meeting, seeking a sewer rate adjustment that he feels would be fairer for him and other commercial properties within the city limits.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will have their Chamber Luncheon next Wednesday, and for those that wish to have lunch while attending need to RSVP to the chamber by the end of business today.

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson is looking forward to new, good-paying jobs with a possible expansion of a technology company into Buffalo, but is also concerned about the funding from both the city and Johnson County for a feasibility study that is now underway.

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum is presenting a history program this Friday evening on the use of fire during the Great Sioux War of the late 1800's.

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven continues to work on revisions to the city's liquor codes, after meetings with city leaders outlined some changes and additions that needed to be made to the code, after the state legislature gave the power to do so to local governments during this year's session.

Between 15 and 20 law enforcement officers, along with athletes and others, are expected to meet at the Law Enforcement Center Monday for this year's Law Enforcement Torch Run to benefit Special Olympics.

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