Johnson County will receive just over $43,000 from the US Department of the Treasury for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, or ERAP, to help with those in the county that have had problems paying rent,
The Johnson County School Board held their meeting for April in Kaycee Wednesday evening, and discussed a proposed project that will repair the playgrounds at Meadowlark and Cloud Peak Elementary Schools in Buffalo. Summit Recreation
Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, in his recent report to the city council, said there were 969 incidents in the city during March of this year. The most incidents were security checks with 131, followed
The Buffalo City Council held a special meeting Tuesday evening to award the contract for the Flatiron Drive Reconstruction Project. The city accepted the lowest of the nine bids on the project from Barnum Construction
The Forever West Xtreme Bullriding event will be coming to the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo on Saturday, May 8th, and the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce was working on a Calcutta for the event to
The Johnson County Commission has approved lifting the county’s hiring freeze to allow the county library to hire an employee to replace one retiring later this spring. Library Director Steve Rzasa spoke to the commissioners
Monday evening Johnson County School District #1 held their first of three public forums with candidates being considered to replace outgoing superintendent Jim Wagner, who will step down at the end if the school year.
Johnson County will be reviewing a request from a county resident for installation of speed limit signs near his property on Valley Drive to prevent speeding by motorists on that stretch of road. Mike Dollison
Buffalo Mayor Shane Schrader gave a proclamation during the recent city council meeting, establishing April as Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month in Buffalo. Mayor Schrader read the document, explaining what he hoped would come
Johnson County accepted federal funding for work that will be completed on the road in Crazy Woman Canyon. The $3.4 million project, through the Federal Lands Access Program, or FLAP, is explained further by County
Johnson County Commissioner Bill Novotny came before the Buffalo City Council during their recent meeting, to begin what he hopes is a cooperative effort between both entities for road projects, and the possibility of the
Field Representative Jackie King will be offering remote office hours Wednesday for Sheridan area residents to meet with US Senator from Wyoming Cynthia Lummis to discuss and hear ideas, comments and concerns about what is
The Buffalo City Council has approved a Resolution establishing limited parking zones to prohibit parking of semi tractors and trailers in certain areas in the city. Mayor Shane Schrader explained the reason for the Resolution.
The Johnson County Commission approved Chairman Bill Novotny to sign documents concerning the Klondike /Clear Creek road project that will be completed this summer. Road & Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer asked the commission to approve
The Lake DeSmet Advisory Board, during this month’s meeting, will get an update on the Moreland lawsuit. The lawsuit stems from a boat ramp installed by John Moreland, the owner of the old Texaco Lodge,