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Geologists with the University of Wyoming have performed a study that shows bedrock may be just as important as temperature and moisture in regulating the distribution of vegetation across mountain slopes.
At a special meeting Tuesday morning the Johnson County Commissioners passed Resolution No. 493, allocating $161,000 towards the $700,000 local match for Critical Air Service at Sheridan's Airport.
Sheridan County had pledged $539,000 in their special meeting Monday.
A local boy scout approached the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting to ask permission to install his proposed project at Tie Hack Reservoir this summer.
Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees appointed three members to the Johnson County Recreation Board at their meeting Monday night.
There were five applicants, two of which were incumbents; John Hepp and Scott Mills.
As Bud Stewart moves into the role of spokesperson for the local Game and Fish Department, he says it's time to apply for big-game hunting licenses.