Johnson County

This month's Chamber of Commerce Luncheon will focus on new healthcare regulations that will apply to businesses this year.

The Wyoming Women's Foundation has announced Tuesday is “Equal Pay Day.” April 9 is the date that illustrates the disparity between men and women's pay. Essentially, the amount of money earned collectively by women up to this date represents how much less than men they are paid.

Wyoming Governor, Matt Mead, said Wyoming isn't anywhere near being ready to reform its marijuana laws.

Friday morning, Sheridan Media News reported that Lucinda's Artisan Gallery is picking up and moving to Washington State. The storefront won't stand vacant for long.

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi is inviting inventors of all kinds to attend the 10th annual Inventors Conference in Sheridan in a few weeks to learn how to take inventions to the next level. The conference, entitled “From Your Garage to the Assembly Line,” will take place on April 20.

At their last meeting the Johnson County Commissioners had a number of postponements on their agenda, and updated each other on happenings at their various boards.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Small Business Expo was held at the Johnson County Fairgrounds this past weekend, and Chamber Director Angela Jarvis believes it is bigger and better than ever.

At the last Buffalo City Council meeting, Public Works Director Les Hook reported that Rocky Mountain Power will be moving their underground utilities out of the street right-of-way on Flatiron Drive.

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