Johnson County

In response to last week's Sheridan Media story on the City of Buffalo and a contractor's dispute over a problem at the city's new waste water treatment plant, a representative of the company that built the plant wants to share their side of the story.

The Johnson County School Board, at their meeting April 9th, received word that the audit performed by the state on the 2009-2010 school year has been given a “clean bill of health,” according to District Business Manager Matt Ramey.

At the last Board Meeting for the Johnson County Healthcare Center, Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward reported that recruiting is still ongoing but not looking very promising to this point.

Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, will be holding the 4th annual Light of Hope breakfast this Friday at the Best Western Sheridan Center.

This week's sheridanmedia.com poll question asks whether or not you think Wyoming's $10.7 million grant to help Microsoft build a data center in Cheyenne is a good use of tax dollars.

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE – With new rules for natural gas projects set to be released by the Environmental Protection Agency this Tuesday, April 17, Wyoming may have to address air pollution issues, says Robin Cooley, attorney with Earthjustice.

The Internal Revenue Service is looking for civic minded volunteers from Wyoming to apply for the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel. IRS Spokesperson Karen Connelly explains what TAP is.

Sheridan Chamber of Commerce cut the ribbon at First Light Children's Center Thursday night as the early childhood education center held an open house to advertise their summer and fall offerings.

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