Johnson County

Enzi Gets Technical On Guns, Paul Amendment

Wyoming Senator, Mike Enzi, is reaching out to his constituents to answer questions via video. The Senator said he hopes to maximize his reach to get his message out.

Wyoming Grants Guardians Reciprocity

Wyoming kids are growing up in nontraditional families in unprecedented numbers. Governor Matt Mead has recently approved legislation to simplify the legal status of older relatives, such as grandparents, who are acting as legal guardians to children or disabled adults.

Jury Convicts Medicaid Fraudster

A man from Laramie County has been found guilty of multiple counts of Medicaid fraud.

Buffalo Council Passes Sewer Rate Increase On Third Reading

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, passed Ordinance No. 1360, raising the city's sewer rates 100 percent across the board.
As an example, residential rates will increase from $10.30 per month to $20.60 per month.

Johnson Co. OK's Travel Channel Filming At Courthouse

At their meeting Tuesday the Johnson County Commissioners approved a crew from the Travel Channel to film at the courthouse next week.

Jennifer Jackson, the Commissioner's Administrative Director, explained more about the request during the meeting.

Math, Science and Psalms: Legislators OK Bible Classes

The Wyoming Legislature is well on its way to passing a measure that some worry toes the line between church and state.

The Fittest Gym in the State

On Saturday, members of Sheridan's Cloud Peak CrossFit competed in the CrossFit Affiliate Cup in Casper – and they came out champions. Seth Larson, who owns Cloud Peak Crossfit with his wife Michelle, explains.

Habitat, Craft Brothers Team Up For Funds

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns is hosting a high-dollar evening of entertainment in hopes of raising funds for local building projects Saturday.

Wyoming Artist Featured at Martinsen Gallery

Sheridan College students passing by the Martinsen Gallery will be treated to new scenery starting today.

SCJC's Ashlea Bassett Graduates Ag Leadership Program

Sheridan College in Johnson County's Services Specialist Ashlea Bassett, has graduated from a 14-month program along with 13 other AG producers and Agribusiness persons from around the state.

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