Buffalo

At their meeting Tuesday afternoon the Buffalo City Council retired into an executive session and upon returning announced that the city and JLM Engineering had reached an agreement in a civil case and would settle by JLM Paying a one-time $75,000 fee but not admit any guilt or wrongdoing in the matter.

Last weekend's Friends Of The Library Auction at the Johnson County library was not only a fun time for those that attended, but a lucrative evening for the library's endowment fund, according to Library Director Cynthia Twing.

Cheyenne-native and member of the U.S. House of Representatives Cynthia Lummis has retained the seat she has held since January 2009.

Unofficial results for the races in Johnson County have been released.

In somewhat of a surprise in the Buffalo City Council race, Dave Long received 992 votes, ahead of Bill Hawley with 882 and Scott Madsen with 867. Long will replace Madsen on the council, and Hawley will retain his seat.

The Sheridan County Commissioners said this morning they're waiting for word from Johnson County before they can proceed forward with Lake DeSmet negotiations. The commissioners previously chose one of two proposals that would entail one county buying out the other county's interests in the lake.

The Sheridan County School District #2 board of trustees approved a request from Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Chair, Dr. Paul Young, for an additional $50,000 in grant funds to build upon a Target Industries Study from 2007.

The Dayton Town Council has again arranged for its residents to take preventative measures to prevent their household water pipes from freezing this winter. Mayor, Bob Wood, explains.

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