Johnson County

The Johnson County Family YMCA's 36th Annual Klondike Rush starts Saturday in Buffalo, and Wellness and Program Director Tim Cahal said though over 100 people have already registered, he expects that number to swell by the time the race begins.

Friday is Youth Rodeo Day at the Johnson County Fair. The day starts at 9am in the arena. Coming up at 10 is the Pie Contest in the Hospitality Tent. A stick horse race is set for 3 in the afternoon, followed by the FFA Round Robin event at 4 and YES Awards and Bar Branding at 4:30.

The last Johnson County Commissioner's meeting was a short one, lasting roughly 45 minutes.

The commissioners got a tax corrections report from Assessor Cindy Rogers and they approved the changes.

Results from the Horse Show at the Johnson County Fair, held Monday, have been released.

The Champion Senior Showman was Kelsi Klaahsen, FFA Champion Showman was Alanna Starkovich, Erika Little was the Champion for Junior Group A, Group B Champion was Lily Crago, Group C Champion was Mattie Bloomgren.

Results from Wednesday's Swine Show at the Johnson County Fair are in.

The Champion Senior Swine Showman was Hannah Rockafellow, FFA Champion was Brekyn Hokanson, Intermediate Champion was Benjamin Kukowski, Junior Champion was Olivia Wasinger.

Wyoming legislators are in the process of reviewing state-level governance and administration of public education.

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their last meeting, discussed how they can move forward on getting public access to the “Big 5” public land area.

Thursday is beef, rabbit and poultry day at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

A free breakfast, provided by MTR Ranch Supply and Agape Manor begins the day at 7am.

The Beef Show starts at 8 o'clock.

All-County Roping will begin at 9am.

At 2pm is the Rabbit Show.

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