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March 9th, 2012

Morrison Sworn as Buffalo's Newest Police Officer

Todd Morrison is congratulated by Buffalo Municipal Judge Mary Hupy.

Todd Morrison was sworn into his position as Buffalo's newest patrol officer at the city council meeting Tuesday night.
Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder said Morrison will enter the Police Academy in Douglas April 16th to begin training.

Johnson County Republican Convention Saturday In Buffalo

Johnson County Republicans will hold their convention this Saturday at the Hampton Inn and Suites in Buffalo.

Johnson County Approves Application For CMAQ Funds

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their meeting Tuesday, approved a Resolution authorizing the Commission Chair to sign the application for CMAQ, Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program, funds for this year.

March 8th

A-C Student Named Best State Poet Two Years Running

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Arvada-Clearmont sophomore Sara Ellingrod has been named Wyoming Poetry Outloud Competition 2012 winner, and will move on to compete in the national competition for the second year in a row.

Another Year of PAWS Testing

There will always be questions about the Proficiency Assessment for Wyoming Students, or PAWS, as to whether or not it measures student performance or if it can be used to measure the same in teachers.

Poll: Emergency Management Coordinator on Doomsday Bill

Dave Coleman, Sheridan County Emergency Managment Coordinator

Unless you accidentally locked yourself in your bomb shelter for the better part of the last two weeks you've probably heard about the now-dead Wyoming Doomsday bill.

Hematologist Oncologist to Join Welch Cancer Center

Hematologist Oncologist to Join Welch Cancer Center

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty announced to the Board of Trustees Wednesday that a new physician has signed on with the new Welch Cancer Center. McCafferty announced that Dr. Greg Marino will be joining the team later this summer.

Johnson County To Vacate Lands, Road at Intersection

The Johnson County Commissioners received a report from County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer on the vacation of a section of road and other properties along Airport Road, stemming from the re-alignment of the road and intersection at North Main Street a few years ago.

Wyoming Moves Closer to Managing Wolves With Bill Signing

Governor Matt Mead signs the Wolf Management bill. (Photo Courtesy of the Governor's Office)

Wyoming has taken another step forward in managing wolves and having them removed from the endangered species list in the state as Governor Matt Mead has signed the Wolf Management bill.

Buffalo Council Approves New Roof For YMCA

Johnson County Family YMCA

At their meeting Tuesday, Buffalo's City Council tentatively approved replacing a portion of the roof at the Johnson County Family YMCA building.