Johnson County

During their December meeting earlier this week, the Board of Trustees for the Johnson County School District discussed and then approved their meeting schedule for the coming year.

Anglers in northeast Wyoming began ice fishing recently at Healy Reservoir near Buffalo according to officials with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees voted to adopt a “Conflict Of Interest Disclosure Policy” to make the public aware of the relationships the healthcare center may have with board members that could be viewed as a conflict of interest.

Johnson County School District One welcomed their three new members to their first official meeting this week, and the board as a whole voted in their officers for the coming year.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a final plat for a minor subdivision in the Billy Creek area off of Hazelton Road in the Bighorn Mountains west of Buffalo, after reviewing and discussing the matter with County Planner Jim Waller, who brought the request for approval before them.

County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer told the county commissioners recently that the project is farther behind schedule than he would like it to be, but they are waiting for the contract approval from Game and Fish to proceed, which he expects to happen in January.

The Board of Trustees for Johnson County School District #1 gave recognition to a number of outstanding students and teachers during their December meeting this week.

The Occidental Hotel in Buffalo will host a reading from local writer Craig Johnson, author of the Longmire Series of novels, as he reads from his newest Christmas story.

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