Johnson County

The sun has been out and scorching over the past week. Many watercraft owners will be and may have already taken their machines out for a splash.

The Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust Board awarded more than $2 million in grants for wildlife habitat and natural resource projects at its meeting in Sheridan on Tuesday. Funds were awarded to 39 different projects in 16 Wyoming counties including four projects from Sheridan county.

Wyoming’s coal industry was hit hard over the past couple of months and that prompted Sheridan resident Joe Evers, and his colleague Melissa Lyon, a Rock Springs Native, to start a virtual food drive.

The Johnson County Library's expansion project is winding down, and the public Open House to celebrate its completion has been scheduled and the public is invited to attend and see the new facility.

A request for a lot line adjustment variance on an interior lot line was reviewed and discussed by Buffalo's City Council at their regular meeting Tuesday, brought before the council by City Planning Director Lynn Barrett.

Buffalo's City Council approved a request for a change order for the Lobban Avenue Project, to take advantage of the street being torn up in that area.

Buffalo's City Council voted to table Ordinance No. 1383, better known as the Sign Ordinance, on its second reading.

Johnson County's Commissioners reviewed and then approved the rewritten Employee Handbook during their regular meeting Tuesday.

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