Johnson County

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees voted to table a decision on a petition from Kaycee community members and concerned parents outlining their wants for their community K-12 school, which is part of the district.

The City of Buffalo will contribute $500,000 to match the $800,000 already given by Johnson County to be distributed later this spring by the One-Percent Committee, after the council voted to approve the contribution at their regular Tuesday meeting.

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved and outlined the procedure for the replacement of a member that recently resigned form the Library Board.

During the 2017 Wyoming Legislative Session, there were several bills introduced regarding guns. One of those bills, House Bill 194, dealt with guns in schools according to Gail Symons, a local blogger who attended the session.

Eating healthy and maintaining a balanced diet is one of the key ingredients to living a healthy life. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

The proposed John C. Schiffer Collaborative School, that would serve four school districts in Sheridan and Johnson counties, remains unfunded with the passage of House Bill 58, which provides funds for school facilities projects.

Buffalo's City Council will set this year's allocation from the city for One-Percent funding requests, according to the agenda for their meeting this afternoon.

An increase in the premiums they pay for employee healthcare insurance coverage is expected by the Hospital Administrator at the Johnson County Healthcare Center, according to his report at a recent meeting of the Board of Trustees.

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