Johnson County

Though most won't worry about their weight loss New Years resolution until after Christmas and New Years, Kentz Willis, health educator with the University of Wyoming Extension Office has some tips so maybe you won't have to lose quite as much.

Residents of Buffalo will have an option again this year when disposing their old Christmas trees. Instead of throwing them out with the regular trash, the trees can be put to good use and recycled into mulch or some other useful material instead of taking valuable space in the landfill.

Last week, students from Buffalo High School volunteered in numerous ways to raise money and food donationas for the Bread of Life Food Pantry in Buffalo.
This past Friday, their hard work paid off for over 112 people that showed up for help to carry them through the Christmas Holiday.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead released a statement on the decision by the United States Postal Service to delay its closure of rural post offices across the country, calling the inaction “prudent”.

Governor Matt Mead is asking Wyoming lawmakers to budget $10 million over the next two years to free up federal and private matching funds to purchase conservation easements on private ranches in Wyoming in sage grouse areas.

A plan to get water to Colorado’s Front Range is back on the table, although a coalition of ten conservation groups is hoping the plan is short lived.

As it has done for the past few years, OnStar is offering a chance to track Santa's progress this year.

Kaycee Mayor Tom Knapp gave an update to the Johnson County Commissioners on the city's recycling program, its new waste transfer station, and the situation with the Solid Waste District.

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