Johnson County

The Johnson County Commissioners have authorized the county attorney's office to proceed with the necessary paperwork to abandon a portion of an unused stock trail west of Kaycee.

Creekside Performing Arts will present their version of the classic children's story “Pinocchio” tonight and Saturday night at Buffalo High School.

This weekend is the last hurrah of summer vacation for students in Johnson County, as schools will welcome them back on Monday to begin their 2015-16 school year.

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees heard reports on a new student career readiness program and this year's enrollment figures at their meeting Wednesday night.

The Third Annual Zombie Fun Run will be happening tonight, with proceeds raised from the event to benefit both the Bread of Life Food Pantry and the Buffalo High School Cross Country Team.

The Buffalo City Council was presented the Final Change Order on the NW Water Pipeline Project by Public Works Director Les Hook.

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to accept and approve their portion of the salary for the county's 4-H Educator.

The position is also partially funded by the University of Wyoming through the Johnson County Extension Office.

The aeronautics commission of the Wyoming Department of Transportation has approved a grant for $1.6 million to provide a revenue guarantee for commercial air service in Sheridan.

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