Johnson County

Plans for a collaborative high school that would be located on the Sheridan College campus in Sheridan, and would serve school districts in Sheridan and Johnson counties are on hold.

Johnson County Healthcare Center has been looking into the possibility of becoming a Tier One Healthcare Provider for the Johnson County School District, after District Superintendent Gerry Chase approached Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward, about the possibility.

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved a minor subdivision brought before them at their regular meeting this week.

Buffalo's City Council has denied a request to renew a retail liquor license formerly held by Don Seals d/b/a Ray's Liquor, after discussing the issue with Seals at their Tuesday meeting.

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed and then submitted their votes for board members for the Local Government Liability Pool program for the State of Wyoming.

Johnson County's Commissioners will have to decide what to do with a copier now that the lease contract is up on the machine, and the leasing company wants it shipped to a warehouse location in Washington State.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a renewal for the contract for the phone system and replacement of a server, stemming from a collection of problems a couple of weeks ago that damaged equipment at the Justice/Judicial Center complex.

Saturday night's benefit for Buffalo's Bread of Life Food pantry went well, according to organizers, and although they didn't have specific amounts to report, everyone involved did say there were a lot of people that attended the event and quite a bit of of non-perishable food items and funds raised for the food pantry.

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