Johnson County

There has been a lot of discussion leading up next week's legislative session about changes to the state's retirement system. Representative Rosie Berger says that probably isn't going to be happening anytime soon.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder reported to the city council Tuesday night that his department will begin a new program within the next month similar to the Amber Alert System, but with some significant differences that will help the small department in activating it.

The Buffalo/Johnson County Justice Center Joint Powers Board convened Tuesday afternnon in the County Commission Chambers to discuss options for renovating the old justice center.

Jennifer Romanoski, representing the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Wild Bunch, approached the city council at their meeting Tuesday, asking for a letter of support for them to pursue a grant to help fund a proposed bronze statue of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid they hope to erect in Buffalo.

The Clark Group, a Washington D.C.-based environmental consulting firm with an office in Sheridan, has announced a $34 million dollar contract that will allow them to operate the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's EnergyStar program.

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon featured Ptolemy Data Systems Wednesday and their presentation on how and why start-up tech firms can work in Wyoming.

With the 61st Wyoming Legislative Session set to begin in just a matter of days, we begin a series with Representative Rosie Berger, where we'll take a look at some of key issues that legislators face in the upcoming budget session.

A media release from Senator Mike Enzi's office included comments between the Wyoming senator and U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernake, who both agree that the U.S. needs to do more to improve its long-term debt situation.

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