Johnson County

This weekend the Occidental Thursday Night Jam will have its 10th Anniversary celebration with a concert to benefit the Dan Carlat-Occidental Jam Memorial Music Scholarship Fund.

This weekend the “More Than Music” concert will celebrate 10 years of the Occidental Thursday Night Jam, and raise funds for their Dan Carlat Memorial Music Scholarship.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has lifted a fire ban that was put into effect this summer on state lands in Sheridan, Johnson and Crook counties.

The 2016 Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt is in the books and there were several award recipients from the event. The Annie Oakley Award was presented to 19 hunters who harvested their pronghorn by firing only one shot during the two-day hunt.

During his report to the Buffalo City Council last week, City Works Director Les Hook announced that at some point in the meeting, Tie Hack Reservoir would “probably over-top and start spilling again,” saying the reservoir had gained about 30 feet of water during the last few weeks of rains.

The Johnson County Commissioners lifted a partial fire ban in the county during their last regular meeting, rescinding Resolution No. 539, enacted earlier this summer.

The Johnson County Healthcare Center is asking the public to wear pink this Friday, October 14th during the first annual “Johnson County Goes Pink” event for breast cancer awareness.

The changes that happened earlier this year at the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will not affect their planning and implementing of new exhibits or affect a celebration in the coming year, according to new Museum Director Sylvia Bruner.

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