At this time, Johnson County Public Health is administering all COVID-19 vaccines for the public. Due to a limited supply of vaccines, Public Health will not be taking additional appointments for the vaccine until mid-February. All vaccines issued to the county have been accounted for. Existing scheduled appointments are secure. Once more vaccines are available,…Read More
Jennifer Burden joined the Johnson County Healthcare Center this month as the new director of marketing. Jennifer grew up in Buffalo and graduated from Buffalo High School before attending college in Grand Junction, Colorado. She earned a bachelor’s degree in mass communication with emphasis in news/editorial, public relations and print media/advertising.Her first job out of…Read More
Wyoming State Health Officer, Dr. Alexia Harrist said it’s not too late to improve the situation. “However, we won’t be successful if people don’t take simple steps to avoid spreading COVID-19 to someone who can’t recover easily or recover at all. It could be a family member, a friend or someone you don’t know. But doing what you can do to help is the right thing to do.”Read More
I have been a resident of Buffalo since 2017 and I have attended both the 2018 and the 2019 events and I won’t ever miss one if I can possibly help it, and Ladies, you shouldn’t either!
The following few paragraphs will tell you my reasons why I feel this way.