Johnson County

College District Adopts Budget

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees approved a budget of just over $73.8 million Wednesday night to finance operations this year at Sheridan and Gillette colleges and the Johnson County campus.

Buffalo Council Welcomes 'Bike MS' Participants

At their regular meeting Tuesday the Buffalo City Council welcomed this year's participants in the Bike MS (Multiple Sclerosis) event that will be happening later this summer in Buffalo, the second year in a row the group will bike here.

BDA's Farmers Market Tonight In Buffalo

Buffalo's Farmer's Market will be tonight and continue every week through the summer.

Johnson County Enacts Partial Fire Restrictions

Johnson County's Commissioners enacted a partial fire ban on all county-owned properties effective Monday, July 17th until further notice.

Johnson County Adopts $52 Million Budget For 2017-18

July 17th marked the end of the 2016-17 Fiscal Year for Johnson County, and was the day set aside for the county commissioners to adopt their budget for the coming 2017-18 Fiscal Year.

National Basque Festival Comes To Buffalo This Week

The North American Basque Organization (NABO) will be having its national festival and convention in Buffalo this weekend, the fifth time the town has hosted the national event.
Buffalo will host the festival and convention again again in 2021.

Justice Center Joint Powers Board Reviews Report, Pays Bills

The Johnson County Board of Health had a scheduled quarterly meeting Monday with the county commissioners, but had to cancel the meeting due to not having enough board members to have a quorum.

Game and Fish Dates to Remember

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has a few important dates coming up that could be of interest to area hunters and outdoors people.

Testing Results Released By WDE, JCSD1 Mostly Proficient

Statewide testing results for the spring of 2017 were released Friday by the the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE).

Commissioners Meeting Today In Buffalo

Johnson County's Commissioners will have their second regular meeting today instead of Tuesday, to allow them to approve and adopt their annual budget for fiscal year 2017-18.

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