Johnson County

Legislators Share Their Experiences in Meeting

Sheridan County's legislative delegates talked about their experiences in this year's state legislative session and answered questions from the audience at a meeting Tuesday of the Sheridan County Republican Women's organization.

Fox Sentenced in District Court

The former CEO of the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce was sentenced Monday in 4th Judicial District Court in Johnson County. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Buffalo Council Discusses Legal Issues, New Garbage Truck

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven, in his report to the city council, touched on a number of issues he is working on that he will be presenting to the council in the near future.

Johnson County Commission Meets New Library Director

Although not a new face to the community, the Johnson County Commission met the new director of the county library at their recent meeting, and also discussed allowing the library to hire a new employee.

Sheridan College to Award Honorary Degrees

Sheridan College will award honorary degrees to Mary Ellen McWilliams and the late Sen. John C. Schiffer during commencement exercises Saturday at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome.

Buffalo Council Sets 8 Mill Levy for Funding

The Buffalo City Council, during this week's meeting, passed a Resolution to set their mill levy for their general fund at 8 mills, the most the city can request.

Johnson County Commissioner's Scholarships Awarded

Three students from Johnson County have been awarded first-year scholarships from the county commissioners to continue their educations at Wyoming community colleges or the University of Wyoming.

Game and Fish Expo in Casper

This weekend, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is hosting their annual Outdoor Expo in Casper.

Buffalo's Klondike Rush Closures Approved For This Year

The 2019 Klondike Rush will be happening again this August after the Buffalo City Council approved street closures for the annual event.

Gatchell Museum Hosting Program on Tie Hacks

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum and the Johnson County Historical Society will present a program next week called “The Life of a Tie Hack: Historic Logging Camps in the Mountains of Southern Wyoming.”

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