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January 3rd, 2012

Commissioners Approve Airport Grants

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Sheridan County Commissioner Steve Maier

The Sheridan County Commission approved a resolution Tuesday to apply for two grants that will allow for the “Reconstruct East Airside Taxilane” project at the Sheridan County Airport.

Wyoming Snowpack Rises to 88 Percent of Average

A map showing all of the various snotel sites around Wyoming.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming's snowpack is improving but levels are still below last year.The Natural Resources Conservation Service in Casper said Tuesday that the average snowpack across the state is 88 percent of average, up from 80 percent a week ago.

Small Steps: New Years Dieting

Losing weight as a New Year's resolution can seem like a daunting task, but small steps - and small portions - may help you get there.

Dog Therapy Team Screenings Set for Jan. 8

MCC courtesy photo

Dog therapy teams are made up of an owner and their pet who spend time with someone in the community who may not get many visitors.

Legislators Work On Funding for Highway Improvement

Sheridan Representative Jon Botten appeared on Public Pulse last week, and of the several topics that were discussed, one was funding Wyoming's highways.

Economic Task Force to Continue to Work on Issues

Economic Task Force to Continue to Work on Issues

The Sheridan County Economic Task Force was created several months ago to work on ways to strengthen our local economy.

Jo Co Commission Accepts Homeland Security Grant

The Johnson County Commission voted to allow Chair Smokey Wildeman to sign and accept a grant from FEMA for just over $57,000. Wildeman explains further.

Audit for Johnson County Goes Well...Mostly

Johnson County Commissioners

Johnson County Clerk Vickie Edelman informed the County Commission at their last meeting that the audit conducted on the County recently turned up minor issues that need to be corrected, but for the most part the, audit went well.

JCHC Recruiting Difficult, Still Looking For OB staff

JCHC Administrator Sandy Ward

Johnson County Healthcare Center's Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward told the Board of Trustees at their recent meeting that recruiting for an Obstetrics Physician has not gone well, and that the hospital is continuing to recruit nationwide to fill the position.

Buffalo's Top Stories For 2011: Jan-March

Over the next few days we will take a look back at what made the news in Buffalo and Johnson County in 2011. Today we will focus on the events that happened from January through March.