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Memorial gifts an donations for the Johnson County Healthcare Center in January were good, according to information shared with the Board of Trustees at their meeting in January.

The Johnson County School Board got a brief update on the current Legislative Session and they approved employment requests at their last meeting.

It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

On behalf of the Sheridan County Commission, Chairman Terry Cram issued a letter Wednesday to each member of the Sheridan City Council along with Mayor Dave Kinskey, about possibly meeting for the purpose of “clearing the air” on some issues of mutual interest. Commissioner Bob Rolston talks about a few of the issues that they'd like to address with the Council.

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Buffalo will get funding from the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) after accepting a Resolution stating they will comply with certain statutes in order to get the financial assistance.

Johnson County's Commissioners dealt with a number of smaller items on the agenda from their last meeting.

After some discussion they re-approved Arthur "Coog" Myers and approved Dan Rogers to the Johnson County Solid Waste District Board on a vote of 2-1 with Commissioner John Gibbs voting against.

Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees were given an updated time line on the Burritt Street Construction which will affect the end of this school year, but should be substantially complete before the start of the 2014-15 school year.

Johnson County's Commissioners have voted to draft a letter of support for the project proposed by the Rare Earth Elements company in Weston and Crook Counties.

Signage at Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square is closer to a reality now that the city council has approved the design concepts presented to them by the Vision Buffalo Commission (VBC).

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