Johnson County

Johnson County To Get Additional Attorney

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their last meeting, approved County Attorney Ken DeCock to hire an additional part-time attorney for his office.

Wyoming Reads Event Tuesday In Buffalo

The Johnson County Library will host the local Wyoming Reads Event this Tuesday, May 14th at Washington Park by the pool beginning at 10:45am.

Snickers Big Horn Soccer Cup

This weekend, 110 different youth soccer teams - with players from Wyoming, Montana and South Dakota - battled each other in the Snickers Big Horn Soccer Cup. The event was held in the 21 soccer fields at the Big Horn Equestrian Center. We'll post the results as soon as they become available.

Buffalo Council Accepts Resolution For CIP

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, adopted their new Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) for 2013-2018 on a 3-0 vote.

Bid Opening For Jo Co CMAQ Dust Abatement May 13th

At this week's Johnson County Commissioner's meeting, County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer asked for pre-approval from the commissioners to award the CMAQ (Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality) Dust Abatement contract when they are opened on May 13th.

SCJC Offering Final CPR/First Aid Classes Of Year

Sheridan College in Johnson County will have their final CPR/First Aid Classes of the spring semester this Saturday at their campus on South Main Street.

Johnson County Commissioners Award Scholarships

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners awarded their annual scholarships to three students in Johnson County.

Buffalo PD: Three Businesses Fail Compliance Checks

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his monthly report for April to the Buffalo City Council at Tuesday's meeting.

Buffalo Chamber Lunch Features SBA Programs

Wednesday's Buffalo Chamber Of Commerce Luncheon featured Susan Rezanina of Casper-based Wyoming office of the Small Business Administration.

SM EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Lummis Recaps Benghazi Hearing

New details surrounding a terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya last September - an attack that left four Americans dead – emerged Wednesday during a hearing by the U.S. House Oversight Committee. U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis, a member of the committee, spoke with Sheridan Media's Chris Foy just hours after the hearing ended.

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