Johnson County

Health care has taken center stage once again as the new congress is debating legislation that would overturn last year's health care reform law. Although the bill is unlikely to be taken up in the Democrat-led Senate any time soon, Wednesday evening, the U.S.

It was the “Mold Man,” making his appearance, center stage in the CTEL Presentation Hall of Sheridan College Wednesday night giving his talk “Rotten to the Core: The Role of Decay in our Lives.”

On Monday's edition of Public Pulse, host Kim Love spoke at length with Kathryn Valido, President of the Wyoming Education Association. After several minutes addressing the continuing contract status issue, he asked Valido.

States West Engineer Brook Stromer reported the status of the city's new wastewater treatment plant to the Buffalo City Council Tuesday. Johnson County News Director for Sheridan Media, Aaron Palmer, with the report.

The Buffalo American Legion began their annual Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser as a way to fund the Veterans of All Wars Memorial on the corner of Fort and Main.

There will be two benefits this week in Buffalo for those wanting to help some local organizations.

First, the Dan Carlat Memorial Scholarship Fund Auction will be this Thursday at the Occidental Saloon in Buffalo.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – A judge in Florida has issued an order adding Wyoming and five other states to the lawsuit against the federal government. This suit challenges the constitutionality of the federal health care law, which passed in March of last year.

The Wyoming House Monday rejected former Democratic state Representative Seth Carson's challenge on a vote of 42-16 he'd filed against Representative Matt Greene. After the vote, the House gave Greene a rousing standing ovation.

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