Johnson County

BLM Christmas Tree Permits

The Bureau of Land Management is now offering Christmas tree permits for either $5 or $10 depending on the tree’s location. Permits can be purchased between 7:45am and 4:30pm on weekdays from any BLM Wyoming field office.

Buffalo KOA Receives Awards For Service, Quality

Buffalo's KOA Journey Campground was recently awarded the 2018 KOA President's Award and the KOA Founder's Award by Kampgrounds of America, Inc.

Light Up Buffalo Happening Saturday

The Buffalo Downtown Association will have its annual “Light Up Buffalo” events on Saturday, with shopping, raffles, and fireworks to mark the beginning of the Christmas shopping season.

Salvation Army Provides for 160 Families

About 160 families will enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner Thursday thanks to Sheridan's Salvation Army.

Stay Healthy Over the Holidays

With holiday season in full swing many people have already abandoned their health goals in anticipation of spending lots of time enjoying all the things that the holidays bring. Local Certified Personal Trainer Dr.

UW Students Benefit from RMPF Grant

The Rocky Mountain Power Foundation recently awarded the University of Wyoming $50,000 for education and research programs as well as scholarships.

Legislature Doing Good Job for Community Colleges

Sheridan County's legislators drew praise this week from College President Dr. Paul Young, who said Wyoming's Legislature does a good job of making two-year college education a priority in the state.

Stopka Hopeful of Hitting 'Magic Number'

Airport Manager John Stopka sounded hopeful of reaching what he called the “magic number” of 10,000 enplanements this year in a report to Sheridan County's legislative delegation earlier this week.

Buffalo Council Approves Budget Amendment

During their meeting Tuesday, the Buffalo City Council approved Resolution Number 1417, which amends the city's 2017-18 budget to transfer money into the General Fund.

Johnson County Commissioner's Meeting Canceled

The Johnson County Commissioners canceled their second meeting of November due to a lack of items on their agenda.

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