Johnson County

Commissioners Eyeing SHSG Funds For JC Security

Security measures at the new Johnson County Judicial Center will be paid for with FEMA State Homeland Security Grant funds, if the Commissioners' plan moves forward.

City Of Buffalo Replacing Portion Of Angus Street Water Line

At last week's Buffalo City Council meeting, Marilyn Novotny, owner of the building housing a number of businesses at the corner of Angus and Burritt Streets, spoke to the council about numerous leaks that have cropped up and been repaired in recent years on the water line in front of her building.

BHS Drama Department Performs To Packed House

Buffalo High School's drama department performed “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers” to packed houses both Friday and Saturday nights at the BHS Auditorium.

Commissioners Discuss, Get Updates From Various Boards

Johnson County's Commissioners, at last week's meeting, discussed the Library and Fair Boards, getting updates on their activities during their recent meetings.

Enzi: Health Care Law Doesn't Protect Patients

U.S. Sen Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) spoke with several others on the floor of the Senate this week joining the popular activity participated in by those opposed to Obamacare of detailing how they disagree with the law's effects on the Medicare program.

McWilliams, King, Laughton Named Keystone Honorees

The Sheridan Senior Center has announced the 2012 Keystone Award Honorees: Dippy King, Joe Laughton, and Mary Ellen McWilliams. Senior Center Development Director Rindy West tells us about this second annual event.

Commissioners OK Agreement For Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby

During their short meeting last Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners approved a use agreement with the Buffalo Lion's Club to use the Mikesell/Potts Recreation Area at Lake DeSmet for their annual fishing derby.

2 Michigan Men Sentenced For Poaching

Two 30-year-old Michigan men have been convicted of poaching antelope northeast of Sheridan, according to the Game and Fish, resulting from an incident last September.

Urban Planning Firm Studying Possibility of DDA in Sheridan

South Carolina-based urban planning firm, Arnett Muldrow & Associates, presented community stakeholders on Thursday morning with their plan to look into creating a Downtown Development Authority in Sheridan.

Vols Needed For Public Health Biological Drill in May

Coming up in May, Public Health Offices all over the State will be conducting drills for a possible “biological event” to understand how prepared the state is and how to better prepare in the future.

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