Johnson County

Johnson County's Commissioners, at Tuesday's meeting, discussed the possibility of changing the tentative lease agreement between themselves and the Wyoming Game and Fish over water rights in Lake DeSmet.

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, at their Monday night meeting, were given an update on the district's pursuit of a new Superintendent to replace the retiring Dr. Rod Kessler.

The newly re-formed Johnson County Historical Society will offer this month's presentation this Wednesday, March 12th at 6:30 pm at the Johnson County Library.

Geologist/paleontologist Dr. Randolph Moses will be the speaker and will present the geological history of the Trailside area of the Big Horn Mountains.

An evening of wonderful food, dancing, and of course, jazz will be Tuesday night at Buffalo High School's Club 87 (also known as the commons area).

The Johnson County Commissioners will have a regular meeting Tuesday, and on the agenda is amendments to the Game and Fish proposed lease at Lake DeSmet. That discussion will happen at 10 o'clock.

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook gave his report to the city council at their last meeting, saying the Northwest Water Pipeline Project is set and can begin construction at any time.

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven reported to the city council that he has acquired the last construction permits or easements for the Burritt Street Construction project, which is scheduled to begin this spring.

Buffalo's Planning Director Lynn Barrett updated the city council on a number of things she is currently working on, ranging from the proposed dog park to funding for the old Clear Creek School Building.

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