Johnson County

The Johnson County Commissioners, during bid openings last week, discussed the possibility of the final tenant at the Adams Avenue Apartments possibly holding up the library expansion project.

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

A bill that would limit expansion of the federal workforce is being considered during the current U.S. legislative session in Washington, D.C.

Gov. Matt Mead recently expressed his concern, through a public statement, that “thousands of hardworking citizens are uninsured and (Wyoming) hospitals are losing about 200 million dollars in uncompensated care.”

Johnson County's Commissioners began working through the process for the Library Expansion Project at their meeting this week, approving an asbestos inspection and opening bids for the removal of the Adams Avenue Apartments.

The Buffalo City Council has decided to allocate $1.1 million to the One-Percent Committee for distribution over the biennium ending in 2017.

Arts Along The Bighorns will present a dinner theater event entitled “Art” Friday and Saturday evening at the Cowboy Carousel Center at 59 N. Lobban in Buffalo.

The play “Art” was written by Yasmina Reza and translated by Christopher Hampton.

According to Sheridan College Director of the Center for Workforce and Community Education Karen St. Clair, many Americans age 50 and up who didn’t finish college are now headed back to school.

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