Johnson County

The victim of Monday's shooting on Murphy Gulch Road has been flown to a Billings hospital for treatment.

The residents of Sheridan County dodged a million dollar bullet to the pocket book this morning when their commissioners voted not to approve a notice of intent to establish a six mile stretch of a little used private road bordering Johnson County as a Sheridan County road.

A family-friendly event presented by the Buffalo Wesleyan Church will be presented Wednesday night at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in Buffalo.

A public hearing will be conducted for a Conditional Use Permit for a residence on South Main Street by the Buffalo City Council at their Tuesday meeting.

UPDATE: As reported earlier, the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office is still investigating a shooting incident that happened Monday morning on Murphy Gulch Road.

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees recently recognized a teacher at Buffalo High School for becoming Nationally Board Certified.

Sheridan College in Johnson County's Advisory Board had their monthly meeting recently and awarded scholarships for the Spring 2015 semester.

Johnson County Planner & Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Manager Jim Waller, brought an agreement between the US Department of Agriculture and Johnson County for their share of costs for 1/2-meter resolution photography of the state that may be performed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

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