Johnson County

UPDATE: 2:45

The Sheridan Police Department released the following information this afternoon via a media release:

Just after 6:00 am Tuesday morning, the Sheridan Police Department received a report from railroad dispatch that there had been an incident involving a train and a pedestrian.

The Republican Party's Central Committee in Wyoming has isolated three state treasurer candidates for final review by Governor Matt Mead, and one of the last-standing candidates hails from Johnson County.

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation announced the weekend's “The Link—Partners in Pink” run/walk raised approximately $40,000.

Update: 8:18 a.m.

Sheridan law enforcement are unavailable to provide details regarding an incident involving BNSF Railroad this morning near the 1st Street intersection.

Buffalo and Johnson County, as part of the Fourth Judicial District, now have a new judge whose seat will be in Buffalo's new judicial center, after a Robing Ceremony was held Monday morning in his brand new District Courtroom in Buffalo, with family, friends, guests and members of the community in attendance.

The Sheridan College in Johnson County Advisory Board has announced the recipients of the Johnson County Scholarship for the fall 2012 semester.

At the Johnson County Commissioner's special meeting Monday, the commissioners approved a Resolution to move the next regularly scheduled commission meeting because of the election.

The three representatives for the upcoming talks between the counties and the LDCC on water rights at Lake DeSmet have now been chosen.

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