Aaron Palmer

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County Passes Resolution On Special Prosecutor

Johnson County's Commissioners have passed a Resolution that will allow the County Attorney's office to use a “special prosecutor” from outside the county for an upcoming trial.

Some Flooding Reported In Johnson County Over Weekend

(UPDATED) A Flood Advisory posted for Johnson County late last week expired Friday night, but some minor flooding was reported, according to Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

Minor Flooding Reported In Johnson County Friday

A Flood Advisory posted for Johnson County is in effect and scheduled to and expire tonight.
Some minor flooding has been reported, according to Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

County Treasurer Shares Theory On One-Percent Decline

The Johnson County Commissioners this week set their allocation amount for One-Percent Funds applications, based on a recommendation from County Treasurer Carla Faircloth.

City Of Buffalo Gets Clean Audit Report

At their recent city council meeting, the City of Buffalo received a clean audit for 2016 in a report given by Tracey Jelly with Cloud Peak Accounting.

Extension Office To Give Pesticide Applicator Training

The University of Wyoming's Johnson County Extension Office will be offering two Private Pesticide Applicator Trainings next week in Buffalo and Kaycee.

JCSD1 Asking For Public Input Concerning Funding Cuts

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The Board of Trustees for Johnson County School District One is asking for public input from county residents concerning cuts that are likely to happen in school funding from this year's Legislative session, and they want to know how they should make those possible cuts.

County Sets 2017 1% Allocation At $800,000

Johnson County's Commissioners have set the level of one-percent funds that will be distributed from the county this year at $800,000 after getting that number from County Treasurer Carla Faircloth.

Buffalo Council Addressing Hunting Requirement Change

Buffalo's City Council approved on first reading Ordinance #1338, which will make a change to city code concerning hunting within the city limits.

County Approves Agreement For Dredging DeSmet

Johnson County's Commissioners approved Chairman Bill Novotny to sign an agreement with the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission to perform dredging at Lake DeSmet.

Buffalo City Council Welcomes New Member

Dan Hart was sworn into office as the newest Buffalo City Council member during Tuesday's regular meeting.

Senior Center Pancake Supper Coming Later This Month

Plan now for the fifth annual All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Supper, put on by the Buffalo Senior Center, which will be happening Friday, February 24th from 5:30 to 7 in the evening.

RSVP By Thursday For Next Week's Chamber Lunch

Those wishing to eat lunch while attending next week's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon need to RSVP to the chamber no later than 5pm this Thursday to let them know how many to plan for.

SCJC Wants Input To Serve Community Better

Sheridan College in Johnson County is asking for input from the community to help the Buffalo campus serve the needs of residents.

Madden Discusses Funding Options For Schools

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State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo is concerned with how the Legislature is going to come up with funding to erase what is anticipated to be nearly a $400 million per year shortfall in school funding in the state over the next biennium.

Madden: Recent Vote Gives Look At Government Process

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo, who has been updating Sheridan Media during his time at this year's Legislative session, said in his most recent talk that the recent vote on the cigarette tax increase in the House was an “interesting parliamentary process.”

Blood Draws This Week in Buffalo For Health Fair

Buffalo residents can have their blood drawn this week and Kaycee residents later this month for health screenings for the upcoming Johnson County Health Fair, which is scheduled for next month.

Madden Says Main Legislative Issue Still Education Funding

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo said the last two weeks have really been difficult for the Legislature, as they continue to try to find common ground and ways to fund education for the next biennium.

JCSD1 Board Recognizes Students Of The Month

During the most recent meeting of the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, students from each school in the district were recognized as the Students Of The Month fro January.

Traveling Art Exhibit To Land in Buffalo Next Month

A photographic art exhibit on Native American culture will be stopping in Buffalo in March for a two-month run at the Cowboy Carousel Center.