Johnson County

John Lenzi is an 11th grade Sheridan High School Student who has just become the first student in Wyoming history to be named a Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America(LEDA) Scholar.

Buffalo's City Council has adopted a resolution amending the city's policy concerning random drug and alcohol testing for city employees.

The Johnson County School Board voted to allow Sheridan College in Johnson County (SCJC) to lease the district-owned Learning Center Building should the college need to move from its current location at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center.

Johnson County' Commissioners voted to renew the contract for Volunteers of America (VOA) to oversee and run the juvenile justice and detention program and similar adult programs for the county, and approve Chairman Bill Novotny to sign the agreement.

On Friday, June 10th, at the Sheridan College in Johnson County Campus in Buffalo the Home-Based and Small Business Conference and Connection will take place. This Sheridan College event will be from 9am-4:30pm. The purpose of this event is to help home-based, small and direct sales businesses.

Johnson County received some good news from their employee health insurance underwriter at their recent regular meeting last week.

Buffalo's City Council has reviewed, approved and adopted Resolution No. 1405, which will give city officials a Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) through 2020.

Johnson County Commissioner Jim Hicks updated the other commissioners on the Snider Ditch Project during their most recent meeting, saying it is progressing nicely and is expected to be completed within the next couple of weeks.

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