Johnson County

Wyoming’s first ever Women's One Shot Antelope Hunt, an event that both raises money for the Wyoming Womens' Foundation and celebrates female hunters, will be held in October 2013.

Officials with Yellowstone National Park have announced the park will open to the public, as scheduled, this Saturday. According to a media release from the National Park Service, visitors can check out some of the park's offerings as early as 7 a.m. Saturday morning.

Saturday, December 8th, the Buffalo High School Forensics team traveled to Thermopolis for their first tournament of the season and they had an outstanding weekend.

Sheridan and Johnson County state legislators will sit through a two-day forum in Sheridan City Council Chambers next Tuesday and Wednesday to hear short presentations on constituent issues before they head to Cheyenne to begin the next legislative session.

This past year, the non-profit Wyoming State 4-H Foundation gave approximately $188,000 in benefits to local county 4-H programs. The foundation also provided more than $23,000 in awards for state-wide contests.

Over the last few weeks the Johnson County Commissioners have discussed possibly revisiting road width standards for county subdivisions, after County Planner Rob Yingling brought the standards to their attention that he felt would be too much to ask developers to build and landowners to maintain.

The third annual Sheridan College in Johnson County Day of Poetry will be this coming Saturday, December 15.

Ashlea Bassett, Services Specialist with SCJC, tells us more about the day and some changes happening this year.

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees had their December meeting Monday night and welcomed two of the three new board members and elected officers for the coming year.

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