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Johnson County Takes Care Of Miscellaneous Business

Johnson County's Commissioners.

Johnson County's Commissioners acted on numerous smaller items at their last meeting, agreeing to act as an account guarantee, making an appointment to a board, and approving a funding application for a conservation easement transfer.

State Of The City? In Great Shape, Says Buffalo Mayor

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson gave the annual State Of The City Address at a luncheon Wednesday, hosted by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.
According to Mayor Johnson, the city is “in great shape.”

Buffalo Mayor Signs Lease Agreement With YMCA

Johnson County Family YMCA

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson asked for and was approved to sign the lease agreement between the city and the Johnson County Family YMCA for them to use the old city-owned archery building near the outdoor pool at Washington Park.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 26, 1915

G.L. Griggs, new superintendent of the Sheridan division of the railroad, has arrived in the city.

Wyoming House Defeats Bill Calling for Bike Safety Study

The Wyoming House has narrowly defeated a bill calling for a comprehensive study of bicycle safety and the eventual construction of a statewide bicycle trail system.

Testimony Continues in Forgery Trial

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The jury trial for 25-year-old Miranda Mraz of Sheridan who's been charged with seven counts of felony forgery continued Tuesday in district court in Sheridan.

Guild Holds Auditions for Spring One Acts

The Sheridan Civic Theatre Guild will be holding auditions for the upcoming spring one acts on Sunday.

The Gift of Sight

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As part of Sheridan Media’s closer look at various community organizations, this week we’re checking in with the Sheridan Sundowners Lions Club. This service organization’s focus is on vision.

Wyoming District Governor for the club, Jim Rapp, explains.

Balow: Education Legislation 'Moving in Right Direction'

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow says education measures are well past the halfway mark in Wyoming's Legislature this year.

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