Johnson County

Buffalo Chamber's Small Business Expo April 5 and 6

The 10th annual Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Small Business Expo will be happening next weekend, April 5th and 6th at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' Community Building.

VOA Invites You to "Fill an Empty Bowl"

Volunteers of America is hosting their major annual fundraiser, “Filling an Empty Bowl,” next week. Candace Swanson, VOA Marketing Director, explains how the event works.

Riparian Setback Comment Period Open

Landowners have a little over a week left to submit their comments to the Sheridan County Commissioners regarding riparian buffer zone development.

Colorado Judge Calls on Wyoming to Decriminalize

A Former Municipal Judge in Colorado has publicly challenged Wyoming to change its laws regarding marijuana.

Johnson County Gets Positive Health Insurance Report

Cobecon, Johnson County's provider for employee health insurance, gave a mostly positive report to the commissioners at their last meeting.

Buffalo Council Updated On Projects, Citywide Cleanup

Buffalo City building Inspector Toby Rhoades gave his report to the city council at their last meeting, saying the plumbing at the Sports Fields Complex building is beginning to be installed.

Buffalo's Easter Egg Hunt Saturday at Washington Park

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce announces that Buffalo's annual Easter Egg Hunt will be this Saturday at Washington Park at the train engine near the Klondike Bridge.

Enrollment For Free GED Class April 2 at SCJC

Adult Basic Education GED Program is again being offered at Sheridan College in Johnson County and enrollment is scheduled for next week and again in May.

Enrollment is scheduled for Tuesday, April 2nd at 9am and the final enrollment day is scheduled for May 7th at 9am.

Atty Gen Warns Against "Robocall" Scam

Investigators with the Wyoming Attorney General are warning citizens of a “Robocall” scam that attempts to solicit debit and credit card numbers from unsuspecting citizens.

Judge Cundiff Issues Deadly Weapons Ban

Judge Shelley Cundiff of the Fourth Judicial District Circuit Court has become the first in Sheridan County to issue a court order banning deadly weapons in her courtroom.

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