Johnson County

Creek Side Performing Arts will present their version of Annie Junior in January of 2014, but auditions for performers will be next week at the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board approved a resolution Tuesday to apply for a business ready community planning grant through the Wyoming Business Council.

Johnson County Healthcare Center, as part of the Affordable Care Act, will be required to implement a ”health improvement project” which will hopefully improve people's health through weight-management.

Buffalo's main water source, Tie Hack Reservoir, is now full, according to City Works Director Les Hook, who gave his report to the city council at their last meeting.

Hook said the reservoir started spilling the first week in October.

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees approved both the employment and isolation requests brought before them at their last board meeting.

A state health department spokeswoman says people who want to kick the tobacco habit have a much better chance of success if they plan ahead and have tools and medication at the ready.

An October full moon was the perfect backdrop as visitors got a taste of the spookier side of history at Fort Phil Kearny Friday night. It was the first-ever “Full Moon Fort” with guided lantern tours of the fort grounds sprinkled with the fun and freaky facts of soldier and native daily life.

The recent partial shutdown of the Federal Government has had negative effects on some local businesses, but slight or no effects on others, and in some cases has actually helped local business, according to Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis.

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