Johnson County

New details have been released to Sheridan Media regarding the 11-year-old girl who was abducted in Cody Monday night.

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns recognizes the housing market in the Sheridan area isn't always attainable for those living on a fixed income. However, the organization is looking to empower working families by facilitating their success into home ownership.

The Sheridan County School District #2 board of trustees heard from the principals of five elementary schools to assess how the district is striving toward educational improvement.

The Dayton town council killed the proposed Ordinance #381 on second reading Monday night, stating the re-working of codes concerning citizens' usage of raw water will be considered again after the winter.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is announcing turkey season openings for this fall in Northeast Wyoming.
Hunt Area 3 which includes Sheridan, Johnson, and Campbell Counties opened October 1st and will remain open through December 31st.

The Johnson County Library is moving forward in the planning and design stages of their proposed expansion project.

At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council heard an update from City/County Engineer Wayne Hill on the school crossing beacons to be installed on South Main Street.
He said the foundations for the beacons were scheduled to be installed last week.

The Amber Alert that was issued Monday night by the Cody Police Department for an 11-year-old Cody girl has been canceled. Authorities confirmed that just before 9 pm, Katelynn Groves was found.

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