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Johnson County Seeking New Deputy Attorney

Johnson County Seeking New Deputy Attorney

Johnson County Attorney Ken DeCock is searching for a new deputy county attorney to replace current Deputy Attorney Ralph Boynton.
He has posted the opening on the Wyoming State Bar website.

Cloud Peak Energy Joins New Safety Program

In the wake of state reports criticizing workplace safety in Wyoming, Cloud Peak Energy has announced that they will implement a new workplace safety and health program called CORESafety.

Johnson County Opens Bids For Employee Health Insurance

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners opened bids from four insurance carriers to provide health insurance to county employees.

Buffalo Council OK's Parking Ordinance, Will Add Signage

At their meeting Tuesday evening, the Buffalo City Council approved on second reading Ordinance No. 1354, pertaining to offenses stemming from parking downtown.

Commissioners Approve Purchase Of Johnson County Flags

Johnson County will have their official flag flying in Douglas this year during the Wyoming State Fair August 11th through the 18th.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month; Today is Action, Prevention Day

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and today, Tuesday April 3, is the national day of action for sexual assault prevention.

Lummis Speaks to Sheridan County Republican Women

Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis spoke to about 50 people Monday at the Historic Sheridan Inn, most of whom were Republican women.

JCHC Financials 'Not Great' In February, Forecast Okay

At their meeting March 28, the Johnson County Healthcare Center Board of Trustees got a financial report for February and an updated forecast from Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward.

Johnson County To Discuss Justice Center Security

The agenda for the Johnson County Commissioners is full for their meeting Tuesday, and one item that will be discussed is security equipment and staff for the new justice center, which is currently under construction.

City Council To Work Through Full Agenda Tuesday

Buffalo's City Council has a full agenda for their meeting Tuesday evening, starting with the second reading of three Ordinances to clean up City Code pertaining to traffic, parking, offenses and zoning.

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