Johnson County

Results From Last Weekend's Buffalo Forensics Meet

Twenty-three high schools and 430 individual students from around Wyoming and adjacent states participated in last weekend's Buffalo Master's Tournament.

Wyoming Outlaws Human Trafficking

Wyoming has become the last state in the union to outlaw human trafficking, as Governor Matt Mead signed House Bill 133 into law yesterday.

State Legislature Adjourns

The Wyoming State Legislative season is over for another year as of this week. Before district representatives headed home, Senate Minority Leader, Chris Rothfuss, provided an insightful summary of this year's session.

Dental Hygiene Students Host 400 Kindergarteners

The Dental Hygiene Students at Sheridan College invited approximately 400 kindergarteners to the campus to celebrate annual Kindergarten Day Thursday.

Wyoming Recognizes Cardiac-Friendly Facilities

Wyoming governor, Matt Mead, will sign legislation today that officially recognizes hospitals within the state that meet national accreditation guidelines for specialized care for heart attack and stroke patients.

Local Girl, 8, Donates Money To Cowboy Carousel Project

A love of carousels has prompted a young Buffalo girl to donate to the Cowboy Carousel Project with money she has found, collected and saved.

Missed Deadline For Funding Prompts Request To Council

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, denied a request from the St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo to be added to their list for consideration for funding through the one-percent committee.

Johnson County High Speed Chase Ends In Crash

A high-speed chase Wednesday morning from Buffalo southbound on Interstate 25 ended in a crash and the vehicle's occupants taken to the Johnson County Healthcare Center.

Land Trust Open House Thursday

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is hosting an open house Thursday evening from 5 to 7 o'clock at their office located at 306 North Main Street, also known as the 2nd floor of the ERA Carroll Realty building.

Sheridan Electric Prices Rise

Households in Sheridan received notice from Montana-Dakota Utilities during the last billing cycle that electrical rates went up as of Feb. 4.

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