Johnson County

Yellowstone Featured in National Publication

Yellowstone National Park has no doubt been featured in many publications and on many television shows for its profound beauty and all of its natural wonders. The latest to feature Yellowstone is Popular Photography magazine. Park Spokesman Al Nash.

SLIB Awards $500K for Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square

Last Thursday in Cheyenne, the State Lands and Investments Board approved more than $6.2 million in Business Ready grants, including $500,000 for Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square redesign project.

Benefit For Cynda Robinson Raises Over $15,000

This weekend's benefit for Buffalo's Cynda Robinson, who is fighting cancer, was a great success.

JCSD1 To Discuss Input On School At Meeting In Kaycee

The Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees will hold their second meeting of January in Kaycee Monday night.

Buffalo's JCHC Phones Down, Hospital Releases Contact Number

Johnson County Healthcare Center's main telephone system is currently down.
According to Hospital Spokesperson Marcy Schueler, there is a cell phone number available for the community to use to access the healthcare center if necessary.
That number is 217-0470. Again...217-0470.

Growing Your Business in the New Year

January is a good time for resolutions, workplace performance expert Jason Womack has some simple tips on how to grow your business that could be as simple as showing up at the right times.

Senators: Raise Bar for Wyo. Frack Study Review

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Ten Republican senators are asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to put a draft report that theorizes a link between hydraulic fracturing and groundwater pollution in a Wyoming gas field through a more rigorous level of scientific review than currently planned.

Two Wyoming Critters Make Top 10 List

Wyoming is home to two critters listed on a new report from the Endangered Species Coalition that details ten species in jeopardy because of fossil fuel development.

Wyoming AG Says Abortion Protest Case Pointless

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Attorney General's Office has asked a federal judge to deny an anti-abortion group's request to order the state to allow the group to display its materials near the state Capitol during the legislative session that starts next month.

WBC Survey Will Map Gaps In Broadband

The Wyoming Business Council is asking residents in all areas of the state except for the northwest and southeast to participate in an online-survey that will attempt to find the areas that could benefit from better broadband Internet service.

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