Buffalo

Johnson County Approves Various Requests

At their meeting February 7, the Johnson County Commissioners approved a number of requests from various entities.

VOA Wants Feedback from Counties On Services

Volunteers of America representatives were at the county commissioner's meeting February 7 to inform them of what they called “sweeping changes” coming to juvenile detention services in the state and asked Johnson County officials for feedback on the services they are providing and what they could improve.

Wyoming Senate Moves to Restrict Records Access

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming State Senate is moving to restrict public access to information from state agencies and local governments.

Poll: Drug Testing Before Benefits?

A bill that passed two-thirds vote last week and moved to committee would require drug testing for those applying for public assistance (HB0082). A person testing positive would be ineligible to receive benefits for one month after a positive drug test, with some exceptions.

Redistricting, Wolf Plans Move Forward Before Budget Begins

Before budget talk begins this week, we take a look back at some of the bills that were brought forward during the first week of the 2012 Legislative session.

Buffalo To Be Featured In This Old House Magazine

Old Neighborhoods, architecture and the history behind the town will be featured in an upcoming issue of This Old House Magazine.

Empower Wyoming Offers Women's Self-Defense Training

Empower Wyoming will be presenting a women's self-defense workshop this Tuesday in Buffalo.

Senator Barrasso To Appear At Luncheon In Buffalo Monday

U.S. Senator John Barrasso will be the featured guest at a luncheon Monday in Buffalo.

Retirement System Bill Failure Allowed Look at System

(WY News Service) -- Though a bill to switch the state retirement system from defined contribution to a 401K-type plan failed to receive two thirds vote this week, it did allow for a healthy review of the system.

Lummis to Salazar: Natural Gas Clean Energy, State Fracking Regs.

Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.) questioned Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar on the floor of the House this week, on issues including possible national hydraulic fracturing regulations and on clean energy sources.

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