Johnson County

County Approves Adjustment For Kaycee Deputy

At their Tuesday meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners approved Resolution Number 595, which was an adjustment to the current year's budget to cover the cost of providing a sheriff's deputy in Kaycee.

Buffalo Council Approves Mayor's Appointments

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson brought his recommendations for appointments to various board s to the city council for their consideration at their Tuesday meeting.

Local 4-H Announces January Planning Meetings

The local Johnson County 4-H will be having a number of planning committee meetings throughout the month of January to kick off the new year, and are encouraging those interested to get involved and become a 4-H Community Volunteer.

Commissioners Approve Gatchell To Hire Employee

The Johnson County Commissioners approved the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum to hire an employee to take the place of Barbara Hartley, who submitted her resignation in late 2017.

Plan Now For Buffalo Chamber's Winter Gathering

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Winter Gathering will be happening Saturday, January 27th and tickets are on sale now for the annual event.

Commissioners Elect Officers, Approve Appointments

Johnson County's Commissioners had their first meeting of the year Tuesday and elected officers and made appointments to the county's various boards.

Application Period Open for Veterans' Exemptions

The period for veterans to apply for property tax exmptions is open from now until May 28.

Johnson County's 2017 Year In Review: September-December

Today we will take a look back at Johnson County's top stories from September through December of 2017.

Johnson County EMC: Busy But Uneventful Year

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly, in her year-end report to the county commission, said although 2017 was a busy year, it was a pretty uneventful one for emergency situations in the county, except for one event in the southern end of the county.

JCHC Survey Nets Good Response From Community

The Johnson County Healthcare Center got a good number of responses, both good and bad, from community members who took the time to fill out their recent Community Satisfaction Survey.

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