Johnson County

Local Council Receives Recreation Grant

The Johnson County Recreation District recently approved close to $840,000 in grant funds for many different city and county projects as well as local clubs and organizations.

Local Museum Showcases Living History

A local museum held a day full of living history demonstrations. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Buffalo Council Renews Contract With Animal Shelter

The Buffalo City Council has voted to renew their contract with the St. Francis Animal Shelter to provide animal-related services for the city, with a slightly amended section that will take effect with this year's contract.

Shelter Hosts Community Barbecue, Adopts Pets

The St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo hosted a community barbecue this past Saturday, to say “thank you” to the community and those that support the shelter.

WyDOT Gives Johnson County Commission Update On STIP

The Wyoming Department of Transportation (or WyDOT) gave a presentation to the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting, updating them on the State Transportation Improvement Plan (or STIP) for this year through 2020.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

The City of Sheridan adopted their budget for the upcoming fiscal year. City Clerk/Treasurer Scott Badley says that this is the first time the City has adopted a two-year budget.

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Longmire Days Needs Funding Boost

Longmire Days, the community celebration held in Buffalo and based on the Longmire books by local author Craig Johnson, is set for July 18-20 and organizers are still looking for sponsors.

Buffalo Girl Named Teen Miss Wyoming

Fourteen year-old Mariah Robinson of Buffalo was crowned Teen Miss Wyoming in a pageant in Douglas June 14th.

The State-wide competition is part of the Little Miss Wyoming Scholarship Pageant that crowns champions in the Tiny Miss, Tot Miss, Petite Miss, Little Miss, Preteen Miss, and Teen Miss Wyoming categories.

EPA Action A Priority For Recent WAM Meetings

The Wyoming Association of Municipalities had their summer meetings last week in Casper, and Environmental Protection Agency (or EPA) actions that could hurt Wyoming's mineral industry were one of the main topics for discussion during the four-day conference.

Local College Students Head to Nationals

Three of the four students from Sheridan College who will be competing in a national leadership conference in Kansas City this month are from the local area.

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