Victim Advocate with the Advocacy and Resoure Center Rhonda Weber
The Advocacy and Resource Center has a very unique event planned for this Saturday night. Victim Advocate for the Resource Center Rhonda Weber, explains what the “Amazing Challenge for an Amazing Cause” is all about.
At a special meeting called by the Johnson County Commissioners Thursday morning, County Assessor Cindy Rogers asked for the voucher submitted for legal fees to be returned to her, and that the county not pay those fees.
Drought conditions in 2002 reduced the flow of Wyoming’s Big Sandy River. A new bill in the state legislature would allow private landowners to temporarily lease their water rights to fishing organizations and other groups. (Courtesy of U.S. Geological Survey — click to expand)
Tonight, PBS will broadcast a discussion with Wyoming residents regarding the future of Medicare and Social Security. Viewers are invited to call in with their questions about healthcare reform and express their opinions regarding the management of the federal programs.
Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees heard an update on the feasibility study to determine the possible uses of the Clear Creek School building once the district vacates the building later this year and moves into the new Cloud Peak School which is currently under construction.
The Best Western Sheridan Center will be celebrating half a century in the Sheridan community with an anniversary party and customer appreciation night this evening. Best Western Sale Director Nicole Pearce explains what they've all got planned.