Johnson County

A new program allows those Wyoming residents with a library card to download e-books for free.

With Total Boox for Libraries, a recent addition to e-content resources on GoWYLD.net, residents can download and read more than 50,000 e-books for their mobile devices with apps for Apple, Kindle Fire and Android. More e-books are added every week.

It is almost 2017 and with the New Year comes another tax season. According to the Internal Revenue Service recommendations, certain tax documents should be kept for several years or more. Generally, the IRS suggests keeping copies of tax returns and supporting documents for at least 3 years.

There will be many new faces when the Legislature convenes next month in Cheyenne, as there will be 19 freshman representatives in the 60 member House, and six in the 30 member Senate.

According to the website http://www.statisticbrain.com/ne... , 45 percent of Americans make some type of New Year’s Resolution, however, only 8 percent actually end up achieving their resolution.

Over the next few days we will be taking a look back at Johnson County's top stories for 2016.
Today we will focus on the second quarter of the year, from April through June of 2016.

The City of Buffalo will again be taking used Christmas trees once residents are done with them, but at a new location this year.

Buffalo's City Hall has been busy answering calls from residents concerned that snow removal is taking longer than they are accustomed to on secondary and lesser streets.

During the recent Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Legislative Forum, Dr. Paul Young, the President of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, shared his concerns on State cuts to education.

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