Buffalo

Resolution No. 1338 was approved by the Buffalo City Council Tuesday evening, allowing the mayor and council to file four grant applications to the Johnson County Rec Board to purchase an addition to the existing skate park, chemicals for the outdoor pool, playground equipment for the Greenleaf Addition city park, and equipment for the as-yet built sports fields complex.

The Museum of the Occidental and the The Historic Occidental Hotel, sponsored by a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council, are presenting their First Annual Mystery Theatre Friday, April 13 through Sunday, April 15.

The Bureau of Land Management's Buffalo Field Office Manager Duane Spencer spoke to the Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting Tuesday, updating them on current revisions and plans concerning Resources in the Powder River Basin.

The deadline to file your 2011 income tax return with the IRS is less than two weeks away. If you've been pulling out your hair worrying about getting your taxes done before the upcoming deadline, you need not fret says IRS Spokesperson Karen Connelly.

Johnson County Seeking New Deputy Attorney

Johnson County Attorney Ken DeCock is searching for a new deputy county attorney to replace current Deputy Attorney Ralph Boynton.
He has posted the opening on the Wyoming State Bar website.

In the wake of state reports criticizing workplace safety in Wyoming, Cloud Peak Energy has announced that they will implement a new workplace safety and health program called CORESafety.

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners opened bids from four insurance carriers to provide health insurance to county employees.

At their meeting Tuesday evening, the Buffalo City Council approved on second reading Ordinance No. 1354, pertaining to offenses stemming from parking downtown.

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