Johnson County

Johnson County's Commissioners will have a very short agenda to work through Tuesday morning.

One of the items will be a discussion and possible bid award for a filing system at the new judicial center, now under construction.

For those with some experience on the internet or dealing with computers, but still needing a little help, the Johnson County Library can help.

A basic internet and e-mail class will be offered today and Wednesday at the library.

Due to the construction of the new District Court Hearing Room at the Sheridan County Courthouse a portion of Burkitt Street from Main to Brooks Street will be closed all day Tuesday beginning at 8:30 am. Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller.

After a U.S. soldier killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan about a week ago some have called on the White House to speed up troop withdrawal.

A K-12 chess tournament will be held this Friday at the YMCA, organized by a Sheridan student looking to create a chess following in the area.

Johnson County's new GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Specialist, Jim Waller, was officially introduced to the county commissioners at their meeting March 6.
Waller started his position March 1, and has been busy adjusting to the new job in the County Planning Office.

The 54th annual Stars Of Tomorrow contest, sponsored by the Buffalo Kiwanis Club, was Sunday at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.
Twenty-three acts performed during the contest in three different divisions.

The Johnson County School Board received and approved a number of requests and recommendations concerning employment at the district's schools during their meeting March 12.

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