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Drug Take-Back Event Saturday In Buffalo

A Drug Take-Back event will be happening this weekend in Buffalo for those who have unused, unwanted, or expired medications to safely and responsibly dispose of them.

JCHC Letter To Address Kinskey Comments On Vets Facility

The Hospital Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center will be drafting and sending a letter to State Senator Dave Kinskey with the intent of correcting a few statements Kinskey made on the floor of the senate during debate on House Bill 82, which was eventually approved to build a state-run veterans skilled nursing facility in Buffalo.

Harold Jarrard Park, Fairgrounds Contract Changes Coming

A contract renewal between Johnson County, the Town of Kaycee, and Harold Jarrard Park will have some changes coming for the county commission to approve at their next meeting.

Johnson County Business Expo This Weekend In Buffalo

The 16th annual Johnson County Business Expo, the “best little expo in Wyoming,” will be happening this coming weekend with small businesses showcasing their goods and services under one roof.

New Architect Gives Updated Plan For JCHC Project

Plan One Architects gave an updated plan and cost estimate on the Johnson County Healthcare Center's needed upgrade to their pharmacy to their board of trustees at their recent meeting.

Newton Named To Mental Health Board, MOU Approved

Mary Jo Newton was approved for a position in the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Board after a vote by the Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting this week.

Mayor Approved For Board, Meeting Time Change For P&Z

At their meeting this week the Buffalo City Council approved Mayor Shane Schrader's appointment of himself to the Buffalo Charitable Foundation.

Buffalo Council Approves MOU Between Police, Sheriff

A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Buffalo Police Department and the Johnson County Sheriff's Office was approved by the city council at their Tuesday meeting.

Johnson County Sets 1% Allocation, Discusses County Requests

Johnson County's Commissioners set their allocation they will give the One-Percent Committee to distribute to outside agencies at $225,000 which is at the 25% threshold of their $900,000 total allocation.

Sheridan Commission Backs Public Defender Candidate

Sheridan County's Commissioners have ratified a letter of recommendation backing Anna S. Malmberg to be appointed as a full time Assistant Public Defender for the Fourth Judicial District.

Sheridan County Adopts Amendment to Liquor Licensing Rules

A resolution adopting an amendment to the rules and regulations governing the licensing of liquor sales was approved by the Sheridan County Commissioners during their Tuesday morning meeting.

BPD Alcohol Compliance Checks Net Zero Sales

The Buffalo Police Department conducted alcohol compliance checks at 23 locations in February, and none of the establishments sold alcohol to a minor, according to Police Chief Jason Carder, who gave the report during Tuesday's Buffalo City Council meeting.

JCHC Board Approves HIPAA Agreement

The Hospital Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center have approved and signed a confidentiality and non-disclosure agreement concerning HIPAA, or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.

JCHC Interim CEO Discusses VA Facility, MOU

John Osse, the Interim CEO of the Johnson County Healthcare Center, discussed the latest information he had on the state-run veterans skilled nursing facility during his recent report to the hospital board of trustees.

Conservation District Offering Free Tree Workshop

The Clear Creek Conservation District will be hosting a free Tree Workshop this weekend in Buffalo, and those wishing to attend should register before the end of the day Thursday.

Short Agenda For Buffalo Council Meeting

Buffalo's City Council has a short agenda to work through at their meeting Tuesday evening.

CEO Reports Consortium Between JCHC, Veterans Home, Agape

In what has been called a “consortium” between the Johnson County Healthcare Center, the State Veterans Home, and Agape Manor, representatives of all three entities have been in discussions about issues shared by them and how they may work together to overcome them.

Proposed Community Center A Benefit in Numerous Ways

A community center has been proposed for Buffalo by Johnson County School District #1 Superintendent Jim Wagner, a facility that could not only be used for school sporting events but also by the community for various health-related activities and events.

Commission Schedules Light Agenda For Tuesday Meeting

The Sheridan County Commission will have a light agenda to work through at their Tuesday meeting, most of which will be in the consent portion of the agenda.

JCHC Prepares For New CEO's Arrival Next Week

The Johnson County Healthcare Center (JCHC) has hired a new Chief Executive Officer, and the facility is looking forward to his arrival next week.