Johnson County

(Updated with memorial service information)- A 19-year-old Sheridan College student died from the results of her injuries sustained in an accidental rock climbing fall Sunday afternoon near the Red Grade Road, Bear Gulch trail area, according to information from the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office.

The Child Development Center Region 2 wants to remind parents that fall is a good time to take advantage of their developmental screenings.

The Northern Wyoming Community College District is considering making some changes to the amount of General Education credits that are required for their Associates Degrees.

The extension of the Clear Creek Trail System through Mosier Gulch to the Bighorn National Forest boundary has been completed, according to the company that built the trail.

The Buffalo Senior Center is in need of volunteers to deliver meals to senior citizens in the community. Sally Frost, Interim Director of the Buffalo Senior Center, said volunteers are needed for Sundays especially.

The Johnson County Courthouse had an issue with their server a few weeks ago, and with County Information Technology Specialist Rande Money gone that day, it took some time to get the servers up again, due to a lack of communication between departments in the building.

According to the National Weather Service, elevated fire behavior today is anticipated for areas of NE Johnson County and portions of Natrona County today, as dry, warm and windy conditions occur this afternoon and early evening, ahead of a Canadian cold front.

Wyoming US Sen. John Barrasso gave a speech on the floor of the Senate, saying that President Obama's new health care law has not created the jobs he promised it would.

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