Buffalo

Earlier this month, the Associated Press reported the pine beetle epidemic across the state is on the decline.

The new Sheridan Health Center opened its doors in its new location as of Monday. Also this week, the Sheridan County Commissioners approved a lease agreement in the amount of one dollar per year.

Sheridan residents with retirement accounts tied up in the stock market are having a tough week.

At their last meeting, the board of trustees of the Johnson County Healthcare Center heard a number of updates on various subjects including the appointments of Dr. Edelston, Dr. Dole and Dr. Dr. Bateman, which were approved.

Ambassadors for Sexual Assault Prevention, or ASAP, will be offering a training seminar this Saturday at the Johnson County Fire Hall in Buffalo.

At a recent meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners had discussed the possibility of hiring an outside company to finish GIS/Mapping data for the betterment of the dispatch center and emergency responders.

The Wyoming Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Tuesday on challenges to a recent state law that allows judges to give permission over the phone to police officers to draw blood or perform other tests on people suspected of drunken driving.

Field Representatives for US Senators John Barrasso and Michael Enzi and Congressman Cynthia Lummis will be in Buffalo Tuesday morning to meet with their constituents in the area to answer questions and forward concerns back to Washington, DC.

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