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March 15th, 2011

Special Chamber Luncheon is Next Week

Senator Enzi will be in Sheridan next week for a special luncheon.

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee is hosting a special Chamber Luncheon next week that will feature U.S. Senator Mike Enzi.

Smith Recognized at JCSD#1 Board Meeting

Johnson County School Board

Johnson County School District #1 Board member Kathy Smith was presented with a recognition award for completing extensive training as a school board member at their regular meeting Monday night.

JoCo Commission to Discuss Solid Waste Mill Levy

Johnson County Commissioner John Gibbs

Tom Knapp, Mayor of Kaycee, will be at the Johnson County Commissioner's meeting on Tuesday to discuss the Solid Waste Mill Levy.

Buffalo: City Will Amend Budget for New Fire Truck

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

The Buffalo City Council will introduce a Resolution to amend this year's budget to pay for a new fire truck.

March 14th

Vacutech Facility Taking Form

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The Vacutech manufacturing facility in north Sheridan is starting to take form.

In late October of last year there was a ceremonial groundbreaking at the Hi-Tech Business Park in north Sheridan for the 40,000 square foot Vacutech building.

Poll Question: Grading the Legislature

The Great Seal of the State of Wyoming

The 2011 Wyoming Legislative Session concluded March 3rd in Cheyenne, with Governor Matt Mead signing some significant bills March 10th.

Changes to This Year's Fair Book

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Changes to This Year's Fair Book

Over the last several years just about every organization has had to find ways to curb spending and cut costs to end up with a balanced budget.

JoCo Census: City, County and State Experience Growth

Buffalo's City Council

The population figures released earlier this month by the Federal Government show the City of Buffalo, Johnson County, and the State of Wyoming recorded exceptional growth during the last decade.

Buffalo Native Makes Roster for Cavalry

Buffalo's Travis Atter

Standout careers at the high school and college levels led Buffalo's Travis Atter to pursue a possible pro football career.

Planner: Lessons Learned From Growth

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

So, what does the last decade's unprecedented growth mean to local entities? With Buffalo's population exceeding 4,500 people, Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery said the city will be looking into the possibility of becoming a First-Class City.