Johnson County

The announcement came during this week's city council meeting, when Mayor Randy Dyess announced that Buffalo City Clerk Julie Silbernagel had earned the designation of “Certified Municipal Clerk” from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks, or IIMC.

At their meeting this week, Johnson County's Commissioners discussed and then approved new members to two boards.

Commission Chair Delbert Eitel announced who the candidates were before the commission discussed them.

Randy Burns with ACT came before the Johnson County Commissioners this week to update them on the company's build-out of high-speed fiber optic internet and phone service lines in the Buffalo area.

The Wyoming Business Alliance and the Wyoming Heritage Foundation will be hosting the 2014 Wyoming Forum “Keys to Our Success and Our Future” next Thursday and Friday, Nov. 13th and 14th at the Little America Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne.

Johnson County voters chose to renew the 2% Lodging Tax during Tuesday's General Election.

Angela Jarvis, Executive Director of the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, is pleased the lodging tax passed again.

The annual Johnson County Library Auction will be this Friday, November 7th at the library.

The event will consist of a reception and silent auction from 6 to 7:30pm and a live auction by Brannian Auctioneers at 7:30.

In a close race, Johnson County voters just approved a one-cent special tax to help fund the public library's expansion project. Hannah Stepenoff took some time to speak with the library's director about the next step for the project..

At Tuesday's Buffalo City Council Meeting, the council voted on two ordinances, and approved funds for additional work on the Northwest Pipeline.

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