The national economy continues to fluctuate in terms of depression and recovery, but at least one local business is celebrating its profitable niche.

Miscommunication between the architect and the contractor on Johnson County's new Judicial Center resulted in a $40,290 change order to the project, according to discussions by the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting.

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees heard a positive preliminary accreditation report from the External Review Team with AdvancED, who were in town this week to perform their observations.

The Buffalo Downtown Association, National Trust Main Street, Wyoming Rural Development Council and Wyoming Main Street Program gave a public presentation of how Buffalo, as a Main Street Program, can utilize information, resources and ideas to transform Buffalo's main Street into a vital, working downtown business district.

The Sheridan County Commissioners met with involved parties of the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Joint Powers Board Thursday to seek legal advice concerning how Sheridan County can move forward in negotiating a water lease independently of Johnson County.

Competition continues at the Wyoming Special Olympics Fall Tournament in Casper as over 600 athletes from around the state are taking part in the tournament. The opening ceremonies were emceed by Sheridan RENEW participant Jeannie Ellinger.

For those interested in participating in the Buffalo Swim Club's 2012-2013 season, there will be a registration meeting tonight at the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Angeline Meeting Room at 6:30pm.

The Travel and Tourism Action Committee has gained the backing of several high-profile community leaders, including both mayoral candidates, to encourage voters to renew Sheridan's lodging tax.

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