With the completion of Johnson County's new Judicial Center complex this summer, Wyoming's Fourth Judicial District, which encompasses both Sheridan and Johnson Counties will be receiving a second District Judge to be seated in Buffalo.
The Buffalo City Council, at Tuesday's meeting, decided to fund a portion of the moving expenses for the new city/county engineer, and will eventually ask the county to help with those expenses as well.
Mayor Dave Kinskey, standing with Jeff Mock of RENEW and Bruce Pryde, speaks to the crowd Tuesday morning during South Park bridge dedication near RENEW. The bridge meets ADA standards as handicap accessible, and connects 13 miles of pathway in town. (Brad Estes)
About 30 people attended a ribbon cutting ceremony and dedication for the south park bridge and pathway connection Tuesday morning outside RENEW on South Sheridan Avenue. Bruce Pryde Park Committee Chairman.
Sheridan County Awards Bid For Final Leg of Historic Courthouse Upgrade Project
The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday awarded the bid for the final phase of upgrades to the Historic Courthouse to O'Dell Construction in the amount of $197,000. Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee' Obermueller.
After the Buffalo City Council adjourned their meeting Tuesday night, the question was raised by councilman Russ Humphrey on whether or not the council would approve reimbursing the new city/county engineer for moving expenses from the East Coast.
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