Johnson County

Wool Prices Looking Up

Sheep ranchers in Wyoming have seen prices for their products reach all-time highs this spring.

Poll Question: Liz Cheney For Statewide Office?

This week's Bank of Sheridan/Sheridanmedia.com poll question is: Would Liz Cheney be a good candidate for statewide office in Wyoming?

Wyoming Legislators Look to Cut Medicaid Spending

Wyoming lawmakers are examining high-cost portions of the state's Medicaid budget as they try to curb the growth of the entitlement program.

Buffalo Chamber's Wild Bunch Luau Fun For All

The 10th Annual Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Wild Bunch Wyoming Luau was Saturday evening at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo, and fun it seems, was had by all.

Battle On The Blacktop This Weekend In Buffalo

The annual Battle On The Blacktop 3-on-3 Street Basketball Tournament will be this Saturday and Sunday in Buffalo.

Crazy Woman Square Revitalization Underway

Work on Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square revitalization project has finally begun, with equipment moving into the area of downtown to begin the process of constructing a band shell/restroom facility, a gateway arch, murals and other amenities in the city-owned property to attract visitors and make the area more user-friendly.

And In Johnson County The Candidates Are...

Friday's 5pm deadline to file to run for public offices in the City of Buffalo or in Johnson County has come and gone, and we now have the final list of who filed.

"Longmire" Series Starts Tonight

A drama series written by a local author will premiere on A&E tonight at 8:00 p.m. The Longmire Series is based off books written by Craig Johnson, and the story takes place in Absaroka County, which is nestled between Sheridan and Johnson Counties, but closer to the Montana border.

Freemont County Voting Regs Questioned

Fremont County is balking at paying legal fees for a group of American Indians whose court challenge forced the county to abandon its system of at-large voting for commissioners.

SCFPL Sale Starts Strong

Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library's used equipment sale started off with a bang yesterday morning.

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