Johnson County

Johnson County's Commissioners awarded the annual fuel contract for fiscal year 2015 after reviewing the two bids that were were submitted, one from Good 2 Go Stores and the other from Bighorn Co-op.

Craig Wetterlund, a realtor from Buffalo, came before the Buffalo City Council at their last regular meeting to ask if the council would consider selling some city-owned lots in the southern portion of the city for the development of affordable housing.

State and federal disaster assistance grants and low-interest loans now top $1 million for Wyoming families and individuals impacted by spring flooding.

Johnson County Clerk Vicki Edelman wants residents in the county to be aware of an offer from a company offering to get property information for property owners for a large fee.
Edelman told Sheridan Media that the same information can be obtained directly from the county courthouse for a few cents per page.

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson Read a proclamation at the most recent city council meeting, urging citizens to support the fundraising efforts of the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) as they take donations for Forget-Me-Nots this weekend.

The 2015 Johnson County Fair and Rodeo continues its run and will wrap up Sunday, August 2nd.

The fair will feature arts and crafts exhibits and livestock shows throughout the week and culminate in the rodeo this coming Saturday and Sunday.

It’s time now to take a look back at some of the top stories from last week with the Sheridan Media Week In Review:

The 2015 Johnson County Fair and Rodeo begins its week-long run today and will continue through Sunday, August 2nd.

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