The Northeast Wyoming Sage Grouse Working Group will have their next meeting Wednesday, January 23rd beginning at the Powder River Energy office located at 200 S. Garner Lake Road in Gillette.

Johnson County Attorney Ken DeCock's office this week released information on sentencing and other court proceedings from December of 2012.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced a reminder Friday that mountain lion Hunt Area 23 closed January 16th. In a media release, the department says the area closed because the harvest limit of 20 mountain lions was reached.

Josh Johnson and Mark Bedford with Big Horn Surveying and Engineering gave an update to the Johnson County Commissioners this week on their work to clean up road easements and rights-of-way on file at the courthouse to have more accurate information for county mapping and GIS services.

The Northern Wyoming Community College District had their January meeting in Buffalo Thursday evening, and one topic of discussion was adding intercollegiate soccer to the sports available for athletes to participate in at Sheridan College.

At their meeting this week the Buffalo City Council got a mostly clean audit report from Dooley and Jelly, CPAs.

Twelve teachers in the Johnson County School District were recently announced as Nationally-Certified Teachers and nine were recognized by the District at the Board of Trustees meeting this week.

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their meeting Tuesday, released $400,000 in a retainage account at the request of Groathouse Construction, who built the recently-completed Judicial Center for the county.

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