Johnson County

Mullinax Inc. is expanding its coal offerings in Sheridan and will open a new processing and retail facility located on Fort Road on Monday, December 5.

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery has applied for a number of grants to refurbish and beautify Crazy Woman Square in downtown Buffalo, and the decision on the first grant should come Thursday at the Wyoming Business Council meeting in Cheyenne.

Funeral services for former Buffalo Police Chief Terry Barnhart were held Tuesday afternoon at the Big Horn Baptist Church in Buffalo.

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven and Works Director Les Hook made a few requests of the City Council at their last meeting, tying up some loose ends and finalizing some projects they have been working on.

The Wyoming Department of Health in conjunction with local family planning clinics and public health offices will offer a free service throughout Wyoming this Thursday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Attorneys in the case of an 18-year-old Sheridan man facing a charge of sexual abuse of a minor met for pretrial conferencing Tuesday morning in 4th Judicial District Court.

Sheridan High School's W.A.T.CH. program is collecting cards, letters and other items to fill care packages that they will send to the troops this holiday season.

Johnson County Commissioner Smokey Wildeman felt the need to discuss the proposed projects at the Johnson County Airport, including the purchase of lands for expansion and realignment of the runway, the possibility of providing water to the facility and other amenities that may be added in the coming years.

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