Johnson County

Ten years ago today at 7:58 am the first plane hit the first World Trade Center tower in New York City. Whether close to the tragedy on the east coast or right here in Wyoming, most Americans felt close to the event in a way as everyone seems to remember where they were that morning.

U.S. Representative and Vice Chair of the Congressional Western Caucus Cynthia Lummis applauded the recently released Jobs Frontier Report.

Gov. Matt Mead, in a release from his office, responded to a Bureau of Land Management's plan to guide future management of federal lands and minerals in the Bighorn Basin with a letter that says energy development can be done in the area while still balancing that approach with conservation.

As the mountain of non-perishable food items grows in the front window of Cost Plus Furniture and Appliances, on day two of Sheridan Media's Spirit of America 9/11 Food Drive members of Sheridan Fire-Rescue stopped by to make their contribution.

US Senator Mike Enzi says that he's glad President Barack Obama is focusing on jobs, but says the president is going about it in the wrong way, in a release from the senator's office Thursday.

A Sheridan woman died at St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings Wednesday as a result of her injuries sustained when she was thrown from her motorcycle in a crash during the Labor Day weekend on US 14 near Sibley Lake, according to a media release from the Wyoming Highway Patrol.

Betting on horse racing got easier to do in Johnson County, after the County Commissioners approved a request from investors looking to put a site in Buffalo. The Commissioners approved the site at their meeting Tuesday.

The New Buffalo/Johnson County Criminal Justice Center had their official ribbon cutting on Thursday and welcomed visitors with a free meal and tours of both the old and new facility.

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