Johnson County

As students return to Laramie this weekend to prepare for Spring 2012 classes, President Tom Buchanan says it's a great time to come see some of the things happening at the University of Wyoming.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Eagle Bronze Foundry of Lander and Cody painter Michael C. Poulsen are among the winners of the Governor's Arts Awards for 2011. The other winners selected by Gov. Matt Mead are Seymour Thickman, an arts patron in Sheridan, and a non-profit arts organization in Lander called Promoting Arts in Lander Schools.

Dreams of attaining jobs such as astronaut or professional athlete may fade with age, but one Sheridan Junior High School seventh grade student's dream may have just received a boost.

January is National Mentoring Month, and Big Brothers Big Sisters in Sheridan is looking to grow its presence in the community.

University of Wyoming President Tom Buchanan, in an interview with Sheridan Media Wednesday afternoon, talked about the importance of creating a workforce that fuels Wyoming's number one industry – energy.

Today we will look at the top news stories from Buffalo and Johnson County for October through December of 2011.

The Buffalo City Council got a good audit report from Dooley and Jelly CPAs at their meeting earlier this week.

A new, to Wyoming at least, job board designed to help veterans find jobs will have its official launch this weekend with the organizer hosting a fundraiser/informational get-together in Buffalo Saturday and Sunday.

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