Johnson County

The Buffalo City Council has approved Resolution No. 1329, creating a Resubdivison of the Bighorn Business Center Addition. This will allow the creation of two new lots to accommodate two new business ventures that will be built on the sites, as well as clean up the plat for the entire property for future development.

Advanced Communications Technology will provide free lunch to everyone that makes the trek to Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo on Friday. ACT is offering lunch as an opportunity for the community to get to know the company and its employees.

Wyoming State Representative John Patton and Sheridan Attorney Rex Arney had close ties with the late former U.S. and Wyoming Senator Malcolm Wallop, who passed away Wednesday.

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young told the Board of Trustees at their monthly meeting Wednesday night that the he will meet with college directors this Friday to discuss a new strategic plan.

City Works Director Les Hook reported on a number of projects at last week’s council meeting, and requested consideration of the purchase of a needed piece of equipment.

Easements for current and future projects in and around Buffalo were discussed at last week’s city council meeting.

Johnson County Attorney Ken DeCock approached the county commissioners for help in funding for Volunteers of America, and also the possibility of housing VOA workers in a county-owned space.

The Northern Wyoming Community College District's Board of Trustees moved along the proposed background check policy on second reading at their monthly meeting Wednesday night at Sheridan College.

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