Johnson County

The Buffalo City Council approved the purchase of a new police interceptor vehicle and equipment for a total of just over $53,000.

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo said in an interview with Sheridan Media Friday that last week was highlighted by the talk and introduction of the balanced budget amendment resolutions targeting the Federal Government, which were assigned to his committee.

The Johnson County YMCA, in addition to looking at the George Grace Field and their current location for a new facility, has asked the city council for permission to look at Prosinski Park at their third site option, which the council did approve.

The Johnson County Commissioners, during bid openings last week, discussed the possibility of the final tenant at the Adams Avenue Apartments possibly holding up the library expansion project.

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

A bill that would limit expansion of the federal workforce is being considered during the current U.S. legislative session in Washington, D.C.

Gov. Matt Mead recently expressed his concern, through a public statement, that “thousands of hardworking citizens are uninsured and (Wyoming) hospitals are losing about 200 million dollars in uncompensated care.”

Johnson County's Commissioners began working through the process for the Library Expansion Project at their meeting this week, approving an asbestos inspection and opening bids for the removal of the Adams Avenue Apartments.

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