Johnson County

Courtesy of UW News:
July 29, 2011 LARAMIE - University of Wyoming police are investigating the death of a 43-year-old Laramie man whose body was found Thursday night at War Memorial Stadium.

Sheridan College in Johnson County will be offering a new degree starting this fall, that can be earned solely in Johnson County.
With the Associate of Applied Science, General Technology Degree, students can go to work or move on to earn a four-year degree.

The remodeling and construction project at Johnson County Healthcare Center is on schedule and within budget so far, according to Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward, who gave an update to the Hospital Board Wednesday night.

The Vision Buffalo Committee held a second public workshop on the proposed changes to the Crazy Woman Square project Thursday at Buffalo's City Hall.

17-year-old convicted murderer Dharminder Sen filed a motion in Wyoming Supreme Court Thursday to withdraw counsel citing a conflict of interest, as his co-defendant Wyatt Bear Cloud is also being represented by the same court appointed attorneys in his appeal case.

The State of Wyoming's Veterans Memorial Park in Cody is looking to add another monument for vets who have died since Vietnam, and they are asking for Wyoming residents to help them complete their list of names by sending information.

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis appeared on MSNBC Wednesday to discuss the debt crisis.

Just one of the numerous events happening this weekend for Buffalo's Crazy Days is the annual Jimmy G's Rubber Duck Race to benefit the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Educational Department.

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