Johnson County

Johnson County's Commissioners approved their allocations for funding from the optional one-percent sales tax to local organizations, after making some minor adjustments to the recommendations from the One-Percent Committee.

During their April meeting the Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center voted to increase the daily rate for private pay residents in the Amie Holt Care Center (AHCC).

Buffalo's City Council voted for their member that will represent them at this year's Wyoming Association of Municipalities (WAM) Annual Convention later this year.

University of Wyoming President Dr. Laurie Nichols made a stop in Buffalo Monday to visit and discuss current and future plans for the school and answer questions from the community.

A silent auction that helps fund the summer reading program at the Johnson County Library is approaching its May 10th closing, so those interested in bidding should do so soon.

This past weekend's “Dancing With The Stars Johnson County/A Taste Of Buffalo” event raised just over $18,000 which is more than $3,000 more than last year, according to organizer Cheryl Madden, who was thrilled with the turnout and generosity from the Buffalo community.

The Fetterman battle that happened on Dec. 21, 1866, was depicted this past weekend at the site of Fort Phil Kearny in northern Johnson County.

The team of State Treasurer Mark Gordon and Buffalo Chamber of Commerce CEO Angela Fox came away with the top honors at this weekend's second annual “Dancing With The Stars Johnson County” fundraiser, and claimed the disco ball trophy as champions.

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