Johnson County

Public Open House On South Burritt Street Project Thursday

The City of Buffalo and WWC Engineering will be hosting a public open house to discuss the South Burritt Avenue/West Parmalee Street Improvements Project.

Remembering the 'Forgotten War'

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says it's time to remember the so-called "forgotten war." In preparation for Memorial Day, he spoke at a ceremony at the state capitol Tuesday about the significance of pausing to observe the sacrifices made by those in uniform near the 38th parallel - and in countless other global conflicts.

Ucross Foundation Cancels Independence Day Fireworks

The Ucross Foundation has announced it will not be putting on a fireworks show this July 3. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has more.

U.S. 14A Opening Delayed Until Tuesday

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has announced that due to inclement weather, the re-opening of U.S. 14A - a 22 mile stretch of road west of Burgess Junction - has been delayed until noon on Tuesday.

Enrollment Numbers Comparisons From JCSD1

At last week's meeting of the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, District Business Manager Matt Ramey gave a very preliminary budget report to the board, and also crunched some enrollment numbers over the past five years.

Commissioners To Discuss Jo Co Fire Warden At Meeting

The Johnson County Commissioners will work through a full agenda Tuesday during their regular meeting.

Buffalo Council To Discuss Agreements For Pipeline Projects

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, will discuss two separate project agreements for two different pipeline projects.

Jo Co Commission Discusses NW Pipeline Meetings

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their last meeting, discussed the possibility of holding public informational meetings on the NW Water Line Project, to inform the public in that area about the project and the possibility of county residents connecting to the water line in the area.

Briefs From Jo Co Commission Meeting

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their last meeting, discussed a number of items on their agenda and took no action on, deciding to wait for more information before giving a decision.

JCSD1 Approves More Employment Moves In District

At their last meeting, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees approved employment requests from administration and faculty.

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