Johnson County

411 On Rodeo After-Parties

Don't go home after the parade this morning because there's a lot going on around noontime to tie you over until the rodeo gets going.

Decker Coal is celebrating its 40th birthday with a barbecue on the front lawn of the Buffalo Bill Museum. It's free to the first 500 people.

Buffalo City Planner Gives Status Of Projects

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery said city projects are either on schedule or will begin construction shortly.

JCHC Board Reviews Plans, Projects for Upcoming Year

At their last meeting June 27th, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees reviewed plans and projects for the upcoming year from Hospital Adminstrator Sandy Ward.

BLM Grasshopper Treatment Continues Through July In Jo Co

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Buffalo Field Office (BFO) announced earlier this month that chemical grasshopper treatments will continue through the end of July on approximately 34,000 acres of BLM lands in Johnson County.

New Wildfire Takes Off In Yellowstone

Firefighters are working to suppress a new 5-acre wildfire in Yellowstone National Park.

Dust Abatement on Holloway Today

The Sheridan County Road and Bridge department will be treating Holloway Avenue between 13th and 15th Streets today for dust abatement for the second time this year.

Senior Center Dog Show Saturday In Buffalo

The Buffalo Senior Center will be hosting a dog show this Saturday for fun (and some fun prizes) and all types of dogs and their human companions are welcome to participate.

Runway Construction Update

The Sheridan County Airport is in the middle of runway construction, but great care is being taken to prevent disruption of air traffic.

Ash Creek Fire Is Out, But Not Over

The Ash Creek Fire in southeastern Montana is reported completely contained after approximately two weeks of active fire behavior that destroyed 249,562 acres of BLM, county, and private land.

Wyoming Wednesdays Builds Bridges Between Cultures

Wyoming has some shoddy history when it comes to intercultural relations with Native Americans. Joseph LaForge, whose Crow name is Red Bear, remembers being kicked out of a resteraunt as a young boy because of his heritage. He grew up hearing stories from his grandparents about the subjugation of his family and even the massacre of their horses. While it's a sore spot for both settlers and natives here, Joseph is doing his part to leave the past in the past and bridge the gap between the two cultures.

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