A number of organizations that have received optional one-percent funds in Johnson County have unused money sitting in accounts they were unaware of, according to discussions at recent county commission and Buffalo City Council meetings.
Health Insurance deductibles for employees of the City of Buffalo will go up this coming year, after the city council voted to approve renewing their current policy with Wyoming Educator's Benefit Trust (WEBT) with the accepted changes.
The Drug Take-Back Day for this spring is coming up this Saturday, so those with unused, unwanted, or expired medications should plan to take them to Shopko in Buffalo to dispose of them safely and responsibly.
The arts in Sheridan were celebrated Monday night with a reception in honor of the new show in the SAGE Community Arts Center Gallery as well as the unveiling of Sheridan's newest piece of sculpture at the corner of Main and Brundage streets.
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