Johnson County

Buffalo's City Council accepted a bid on the South Water Tank Pipeline Project, on the recommendation of Nelson Engineering, the engineering firm for the project and Wyoming Water Development Commission.

Volunteers Of America (VOA) gave their quarterly report to the Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting this week, discussing numbers of individuals in their treatment and probation programs.

Johnson County's Commissioners had a brief discussion on the (EPA) Environmental Protection Agency's Rule 192, which according to their discussions could hurt the uranium industry not only in Johnson County, but elsewhere in the state and other states if implemented.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave a brief report to the city council at Tuesday's meeting, saying the department will be participating in some fun activities in the next few weeks, and preparing for summertime.

Buffalo's City Council, at Tuesday's meeting, passed on first reading Ordinance No. 1378, their annual appropriations bill, otherwise known as their budget bill.

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District will convene a public hearing Thursday on the one-half mill levy that generates revenues for the Board of Cooperative Higher Educational Services.

The recovery effort for the body of 4 year-old Chevell Boshaw-Evans who fell through the ice near the Powder River Exit on Interstate 90 east of Buffalo back in February is still mostly “on hold” until the water levels in the river come down, but small parties do occasionally search the area, according to Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek.

Hugh Turk submitted a letter to the Johnson County Commissioners resigning his position on the Harold Jarrard Park Board at their meeting Monday.

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