At their meeting Monday night, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees worked through a light agenda with a number of district administration personnel gone for various reasons.
Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess was in Cheyenne last week to give a final presentation to the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) for the final grant for the Crazy Woman Square Revitalization Project.
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has requested that U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, issue an agricultural disaster declaration for all of Wyoming, with the exception of Teton County.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol has released information on a fatal crash that occurred Saturday on Interstate 90 in Johnson County near the Piney Creek interchange.
Last week, the Wyoming Department of Education petitioned the U.S. Secretary of Education to waive nationally established educational requirements.
Lexie Madden, from Goshen County, was crowned as the next Miss Wyoming Saturday in Sheridan. Madden is the first candidate from Goshen County to win the statewide crown, and will travel on to the Miss America pageant.
Last week we told you about how Decker Coal is looking to increase production for domestic sales and that they also have their sites set on getting into the export market to Asia.
This Wednesday in Sheridan there will be a public meeting on long term water supply that will be hosted by the Wyoming Water Development Commission and EnTech Engineering.
At last week's City Council meeting, the two newest police officers to join the Buffalo PD, Brice and Kyle Johnson, were sworn into their positions by Municipal Judge Mary Hupy.
This year's Jim Gatchell Museum Living History Day was Saturday in Buffalo and it was busier than it has been the last few years, according to Museum Director John Gavin.