Johnson County

The Powder River Brew Fest, which happened this past Saturday in Kaycee, raised over $1,000 for the Dylan Crossland Memorial Scholarship Fund, and was an “amazing, end of summer social get-together,” according to Amanda Taylor, co-owner of the Invasion Bar in Kaycee.

At their last regular meeting, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees were updated on the 2018 Capital Construction project, which will replace the aging Amie Holt Care Center with a new adult care facility.

At their last regular meeting, Johnson County's Commissioners were given a report on the latest concerning the Critical Air Service Team (CAST) which has been working to bring passenger air service back to the Sheridan Airport.

The Annual Powder River Brew Fest will be happening today in Kaycee, where beer drinkers, brewers and beer aficionados will enjoy a day dedicated to one of their favorite subjects.

Buffalo's Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Fox spoke to the city council concerning the upcoming Oktoberfest celebration, but spoke on a number of issues before getting started with her requests.

The Buffalo City Council, during their last regular meeting, chose to table a decision on a Retail Liquor License application from Don Seals, d/b/a Ray's Liquor.

Johnson County's Commissioners will use Recreation Board grant funds for improvements to the county youth camp in the Bighorn Mountains west of Buffalo.

Fall semester classes started Monday at Sheridan College, which is part of the Northern Wyoming Community College District. President Dr. Paul Young said full-time equivalent enrollment district-wide is up slightly from this time last year.

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