Johnson County

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their meeting this week, discussed the possible purchase of a man-lift for maintenance and cleaning of the new Judicial/Justice Center complex.

In a media release from the Governors office, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead states he is looking forward to the Wyoming Broadband Summit, which is to take place in Cheyenne on October 23. The purpose of the Summit is to showcase how broadband contributes to a better future.

Sheridan College is known for its strong dental hygiene program that emphasizes quality education from top-tier instructors. In fact, when it comes to some matters of dental hygiene, you could say instructor, Sara Beres, literally wrote the book—or, at least part of it.

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees authorized approximately $150,000 for a site and building plan for the facility's proposed new medical office building.

There are pink ribbons all over town as Sheridan observes Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but one local business owner is going one step further to show her respect for women who have fought or are fighting the disease.

At Tuesday's meeting, the Buffalo City Council approved a request from Angela Jarvis with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce to close Main Street for the annual Halloween Monster March.

Johnson County's Commissioners considered a request from County Sanitarian Rick Durfee to purchase a zero-turn mower for the county-run Mikesell/Potts Recreation Area at Lake DeSmet.

Justin Gerard, former Buffalo City Councilman, had his preliminary hearing Wednesday at the Campbell County Courthouse in Gillette. The state's case was found to have probable cause, and the case to be bound over to District Court for further proceedings.

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