Johnson County

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek held a media conference this afternoon to give an update on the search for the missing girl that fell through the ice at Powder River Sunday night.

Senate File 136 made its way through the Wyoming Senate Monday, as the bill, sponsored by State Senator for District 22 Dave Kinskey of Sheridan, advanced on third reading.

UPDATE 1:30 p.m.:Authorities have now released the name of the missing child. She's been identified as 4-year-old Chevell Boshaw-Evans. Her father, who was with her on the river, was identified as 49-year-old Robert Boshaw. Her mother was named as 45-year-old Quailla Evans.

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson brought two appointments to two separate boards before the City Council at their last regular meeting, which were approved, but only barely on a split vote by the council.

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek gave a short media conference at the Powder River Rest Area east of Buffalo at about 11:30 this morning to update the public on the search efforts for a 4 year-old girl that fell through the ice Sunday night.

UPDATE: Noon
As broadcast earlier, we’d confirmed a report that local authorities were searching for a 4-year-old girl who had fallen through the ice on the Powder River at an Interstate 90 rest stop east of Buffalo.

The annual Johnson County Health Fair is scheduled for next month, but blood draws in preparation for the health fair begin today and run through Friday in Buffalo and will happen next week in Kaycee.

Johnson County Commission Chair Jim Hicks signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) concerning the Greater Crossbow Oil and Gas Project that is planned for Converse and Campbell Counties.

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