Johnson County

Johnson County's Juvenile Mentoring Program has been active for two years and been successful according to County Attorney Ken DeCock, who approached the county commissioners this week to seek financial support for a grant application, and to make the county aware that with the old jail site slated

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook reported to the city council that the NW Water Pipeline Project has officially begun construction, with 240 feet of pipe installed in the ground the first day of construction Tuesday, April 15th.

The Lake DeSmet lease agreement signed Wednesday by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and Johnston County now releases Sheridan County from any responsibility for the lake.

Sydney Rowe and Anne Quast, with the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming (or PMO), gave a presentation to the Johnson County Commissioners updating them on what the organization has been up to and what they will be working in the near future.

Building permits for new houses have picked up in recent weeks, according to Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhaodes, who presented his report to the City Council at their last meeting.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has finally signed the lease agreement between themselves and Johnson County for water rights in Lake DeSmet to protect the fishery and recreation there.

Coming up this Saturday at the Johnson County Family YMCA in Buffalo is the annual Healthy Kids Day.

This is a free event where kids can enjoy fun, educational and interactive activities designed to help them learn how to enjoy a healthier life.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the city council at their last meeting, saying his department will be sponsoring a law enforcement active shooter class this week.

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