Johnson County

House Bill No. 118, the bill that would allow the negotiations for the state to purchase water rights in Lake DeSmet has gone down to defeat in the Wyoming Senate.

Buffalo's City Council has agreed to look into helping acquire grant funding to pay for a new mural on the side of the Clear Creek Cantina building downtown.

A Buffalo youth was reported as a runaway early Thursday morning, and Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder notified local media asking for the public's help in locating 11-year old Ethan Crawford they said ran away from his home in Buffalo that morning.

While a guest on our News Talk Show Public Pulse recently, Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Region Public Information Specialist Bud Stewart, talked about several upcoming dates of interest to hunters.

Johnson County's Commissioners have accepted an agreement with the State Loan and Investments Board (SLIB) for nearly $652,000 in funding for their upcoming TW Road Reconstruction project and are awaiting notification from the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) on the amount of funding they will receive from the Industrial Road Project (IRP) account.

The City of Buffalo is currently working on releasing the existing infrastructure liens they hold on the Greenleaf Subdivision, according to a recent report given to the city council by City Attorney Ben Kirven.

The application periods for both resident and nonresident moose, bighorn sheep, wild bison, and mountain goats are currently available on the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's website.

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo continues to be concerned with how the Legislature will resolve the expected $400 million per year shortfall in educational funding during the next biennium, and would not be surprised to see a special session later this summer to resolve the issue.

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