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Johson County YMCA Receives Money From Daniels Fund

Wyoming nonprofit organizations serving youth, seniors, and the homeless are among the recipients of $1,510,350 in grants announced this week by the Daniels Fund.

Feds Take Wyoming Gray Wolves Off Endangered List

A media release from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today the Wyoming population of gray wolves is recovered, and is no longer considered an endangered species.

SMH Impressed With EMR Transition

Sheridan Memorial Hospital implemented its new Electronic Medical Records system approximately three weeks ago.

Updated Mapping Shows Gilead at 730 Acres

The Incident Response Team assigned to the Gilead fire reports that updated mapping of the fire now shows it at 730 acres. A media release issued early Friday indicated that it had grown to over 900 acres.

NEET Nabs One More For Meth

Law enforcement has made another arrest for charges of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance/methamphetamine, bringing the reported weekly total to 24. Michael Richard Wiley was apprehended yesterday by the Division of Criminal Investigation's Northeast Enforcement Team (NEET).

Mead appoints Davis To Supreme Court

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead has appointed Michael K. Davis to the state Supreme Court.

It is Mead's first appointment to the high court.

Davis is a state district judge for Laramie County.

JCHC Construction Nearly Done, Next Phase In Planning

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's 2012 construction project should be completed by the end of September, according to Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward, who updated the hospital's Board of Trustees at their monthly meeting Wednesday night.

Buffalo City Planner Updates County on Joint Projects

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery updated the Johnson County Commissioners on joint city/county projects and also gave a report on the city/county engineer position.

Montgomery said Crazy Woman Square is on schedule to be completed by December of this year and so far is under budget.

Notes From August 21 Buffalo City Council Meeting

The Buffalo City Council voted to approve on third and final reading Ordinance No. 1358, to vacate a portion of an alleyway to adjacent landowners. City Attorney ben Kirven will have a Quitclaim Deed for the mayor to sign at the next council meeting.

Law Enforcement's Perspective

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We've heard the City of Sheridan's perspective on how things have faired in regard to the decision to close Kendrick Park from 10 pm to 6 am, now we'll hear what law enforcement's take on the situation is. Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens.

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