Johnson County

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has announced there's only one week left for Wyoming resident big game hunters to apply online for limited quota elk, deer and antelope licenses. Though the deadline to submit paper applications has passed, online applications will be accepted until 5 p.m. on Friday, May 31.

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi issued a statement Friday reminding Wyoming citizens to reflect on the sacrifices made by those in uniform this Memorial Day - and the impact their sacrifices have made on our lives.

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners appointed an interim Fire Warden for the County, appointing Powder River Fire District Chief Stave Haines to the position.

At their Tuesday meeting, the Buffalo City Council accepted a bid to construct a picnic shelter in Washington Park near the outdoor pool.

Sweckard Construction of Laramie gave the lone bid on the project at $47,517.

Coming up on Wednesday, May 29th, the Johnson County Treasurer's Office will be holding a work session on the Property Tax Relief Program offered by the State of Wyoming.

Alongside the Republican National Committee, state superintendent of public instruction Cindy Hill has spoken out against common core education standards in Wyoming - standards supported by the Wyoming Department of Education.

Thirty-four livestock, farm and consumer groups in Wyoming from the Powder River Basin Resource Council to the National Farmers Union - recently sent a letter to the U.S. Senate to encourage their support of various amendments to the 2013 Farm Bill. That includes an amendment authored in part by U.S. Senator Mike Enzi. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has more.

At their meeting Tuesday, the Buffalo City Council passed their 2013-14 appropriations bill, Ordinance No. 1363, on first reading.

Mayor Randy Dyess explains more about the Ordinance.

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