Johnson County

Johnson County Holds Workshop On Lake DeSmet Lease

Johnson County's elected officials held a public workshop Wednesday to discuss the proposed Game and Fish lease of Lake DeSmet to gather their opinions and their input and decide how the county will proceed with the information.

Still Time To Sign Up For Bluegrass Camp For Kids

Although the official deadline to sign up has come and gone, there are still a few spots left for kids interested in participating in theis year's Bluegrass Camp For Kids.

Johnson County Fire Ban To Go Into Effect Thursday

Johnson County's Commissioners have called a special meeting for Thursday, June 28 at 9am to ratify a county-wide fire ban effective immediately.

Tongue River State Park Affected by Fire Near Ashland, MT

Tongue River State Park in southeastern Montana has been without electricity since about 8 pm Tuesday evening.

Johnson County Sheriff Gives Update On Cato Fire

*UPDATED* Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek gave a quick update on the Cato Fire Wednesday morning to the county commissioners, and spoke to Sheridan Media afterwards.

Kozisek explained the situation.

18 New Fires Reported in the Rockies

The National Interagency Coordination Center Incident Management Report for today reports 18 new fires have erupted in the Rocky Mountain region, 10 of which are uncontained.

Wildfire smoke may aggravate asthma, allergies

With several wildfires burning nearby and a few days of high winds, the city of Sheridan has been blanketed in a distinct cloud of smoke.

Governor Mead Expresses Grave Concerns about EPA’s Proposed Coal Regulation

In a media release issued by Governor Matt Mead's office, it states that the Governor says federal regulations are slowly and relentlessly smothering America’s coal industry.

Enzi Applauds Passing of FDA Safety and Innovation Act

U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and Tom Harkin from Iowa praised the final passage of the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act.

Wyoming Among Top Spenders Per Pupil

U.S. Census Bureau figures show that Wyoming remained sixth in the nation in the amount of money it spends on public education.

Wyoming increased its per pupil spending by 4 percent during the 2009-2010 school year to $15,169 per pupil. That's up from $14,573 in the 2008-09 school year.

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