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Buffalo Chamber Visits Boise For RMI

Last week, Angela Jarvis and Rachel McCaughey traveled to Boise, Idaho to take part in this year's RMI, or Rocky Mountain International show.

Last year's RMI was hosted by Buffalo and the Chamber of Commerce.

One Percent Committee Gives Jo Co Their Recommendations

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their meeting this week, got the recommendations for funding from the One-Percent Committee for the next two years.

BHNF Hosts New Moth Species

Areas of the Big Horn National Forest near Sheridan and Buffalo are playing host to a new species of moth.

Overeaters Anonymous Confronts Food Addiction

The Centers for Disease Control estimates that, in 2010, 35.7 percent of Americans are obese, and another 33.3 percent of people are overweight. In fact, the United States ranks number one worldwide for overeating.

Johnson County OKs 2-Year CMAQ Funding Application

Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer brought an application before the county commissioners Tuesday for approval to apply for two years of WyDOT's CMAQ funding for dust abatement in the county.

JCSD1 Approves Forming Health Policy Committee

Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees heard a presentation from board member Dr. Grace Gosar on the health of students and staff of the district.
She gave the trustees a short quiz to test their “Health IQ” with most trustees not getting a favorable grade.

Buffalo Chamber Lunch Features Creekside Performing Arts

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce offered their monthly Chamber Luncheon Wednesday, this month featuring a relatively new organization, Creekside Performing Arts.

BHNF Beetles On the Decline

Earlier this month, the Associated Press reported the pine beetle epidemic across the state is on the decline.

Health Center Secures Lease

The new Sheridan Health Center opened its doors in its new location as of Monday. Also this week, the Sheridan County Commissioners approved a lease agreement in the amount of one dollar per year.

Ethical Investing Takes Off

Sheridan residents with retirement accounts tied up in the stock market are having a tough week.

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