Johnson County

A pair of authors with the University of Wyoming recently released a new book featuring hundreds of photographs that document the history of the 126-year-old campus.

We previously reported that last Friday, a contractor using an auger tore through fiber optic cables owned by CenturyLink, effectively disabling internet and telephone communications for most of the day.

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven told the City Council at their meeting Tuesday that he had received a settlement check from Hydro Construction to close an agreement between the contractor and the city in a dispute over damage at the city's waste water treatment plant.

In a News Release dated December 5, Johnson County Attorney Ken DeCock's office gave updates on various court proceedings from the last few weeks.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder asked the Buffalo City Council for permission to begin searching for a new dispatcher.

The Johnson County Commissioners have approved a partial vacation for the Rock Creek Estates Subdivision on the recommendation of the Planning Commission.

We previously reported that Wyoming Governor Matt Mead was impressed with the amount and quality of ideas from the public centered on defining the state's energy strategy moving forward.

Sheridan Memorial Hospital was unaffected by last Friday's internet and telephone outage - but it wasn't by chance or by luck. Chief Information Officer for the hospital, Nyle Morgan, explains.

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