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August 21st, 2014

Deadline for For Board Nominations Coming Up

The Primary election may be over, but officials with the Johnson County Clerk's Office want to let the public know that those who wish to fill out nomination applications for various boards and districts within the county must do so before Monday, August 25th.

City Grants Utility Easement For New Care Center

Buffalo's City Council approved an easement with Rocky Mountain Power to supply power to the new nursing home facility currently under construction.

Fundraiser For Middle School Trip Saturday

Eighth graders from Buffalo's Clear Creek Middle School will be having their 5K Color Run fundraiser this Saturday, August 23rd in Buffalo to raise funds for their upcoming trip to Costa Rica.

VOA Gives Report To Commissioners

Scott Duncan and Susan Arnold, with Volunteers Of America, gave their quarterly report to the Johnson County Commissioners this week, and discussed their new facility they moved into over the summer.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 22, 1914

Mrs. Donaldson and Miss Jeannette hosted an enjoyable picnic supper.

Carroll Happy to Put Primary Behind Him

Incumbent Pete Carroll defeated challenger Scott Hininger by more than 900 votes to hold on to his post as Sheridan County treasurer.

Open House Planned for New Commons

Vice President Cheryl Heath announced the date during a presentation to Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees on Wednesday.

Local Election Canvas Happens Friday

The canvas of this year's primary elections in Sheridan County will start Friday morning at 10 o'clock.

Dayton Pool Gets Use

Dayton's Art Badgett Swimming Pool had more than 2,200 visits this summer in spite of several days of closure.

GOP Primary Full of Surprises

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After lots of finger-pointing, shrill complaints and off the wall ideas, the primary campaign of 2014 came to a close with predictable results.