Johnson County

The Wyoming State Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee held the first of many meetings late last week in Cheyenne where the JAC discussed among other things, potential changes to the state employees' group insurance program; construction residency preference and the state employee compensati

The Community Resource Center approached the Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting last week to request some of the $20,000 the commission has set aside for their programs.

The Buffalo City Council and the Johnson County Commission approved funding to redesign Crazy Woman Square last month.

Enrollment at Johnson County School District No. 1 for the fall of 2011 is 1,303 students, an increase of 61 district-wide from the end of the school year. Data collected shows a steady increase in students during the last few years.

Per the Wyoming Constitution, the State Legislature must redraw state legislative districts during the first budget session following the federal Census.

An organization that helps build schoolhouses and provide running water to rural communities in Nicaragua will hold a fundraiser this weekend in Sheridan. Project Schoolhouse's Tab Barker tells us about their Sod Farm Reunion.

Each year, the anniversary of 9/11 has been one of the largest charitable giving days of the year for Americans. Sheridan citizens proved that to be the truth, coming out to donate to the Spirit of America Food drive in honor of the 10-year anniversary of 9/11.

Two hundred and fifty walkers participated in the 2nd Annual Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk Sunday, that's almost 100 more than last year's inaugural walk.

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