The Johnson County Commissioners, at their meeting this week, approved County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer to enter into the annual CMAQ (Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality) program contract with the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT).

At their last meeting the Johnson County School District one Board of Trustees were updated on administration's plans for upcoming Summer School sessions, training for staff and the district entering into agreements with other districts and the University on common core programs.

The library staff and representatives of the architectural design team were on hand to discuss different designs and gather the public's input. Quite a number of people showed up to the Open House to see the different designs, add their opinions and enjoy refreshments.

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their Tuesday meeting, heard a presentation from Dave Spencer with the Wyoming Business Council and Glen Catchpole from Uranerz Energy Corp. to ask the commission to sponsor an Industrial Revenue Bond application with the Wyoming Business Council through a Wyoming State Treasurer's program.

The Buffalo City Council, on a 3-2 vote, approved on second reading Ordinance No. 1360 which will increase sewer rates 100% across the board to all users, but the issue has become dividing one among the council members.

A national-level scam involving a purported transfer of winning earnings - ending with a wiped bank account after the victim provides the scammers with bank account information - has hit Sheridan.

A their last meeting the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees got some good news about their health insurance costs due to fewer claims and a possible continuation of a savings in premiums.

At their meeting Tuesday evening the Buffalo City Council got a request from Mike Quast of the Johnson County Family YMCA for just over $17,000 to replace aging lighting in the gymnasium and pool areas of the city-owned building.

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