Johnson County

Buffalo Awarded SLIB Money For Sports Complex

The City of Buffalo and Town of Kaycee will receive money from the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) to help fund projects in both communities after their application was approved last Thursday.

Jo Co, Buffalo Sign MOUs Concerning Justice Center

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County have agreed to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) concerning janitorial services at the new criminal justice center and a payment schedule for the city to pay their protion of construction on the facility.

Buffalo, Jo Co Amend Engineer Agreement to One Year

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County have adopted a change to the original agreement between the two entities for a joint city/county engineer to reflect a commitment for at least one full year.

Scouting for Food

It was the brigade of the blue bags as Boy Scouts from Troop one seventeen hit the streets of Sheridan, all part of the Saturday's Scouting for Food service project.

Don’t Pay Too Much for Official Wyoming Certificates

The Wyoming Department of Health’s Vital Statistics Services Office is warning residents to avoid commercial vendors who charge unnecessary high fees to individuals seeking official birth certificates or other similar certified documents.

Enzi: American Needs to See the Difference Between Spending and Revenues

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi stated this week on the Senate floor that in order to solve the debt crisis, Americans must have a better understanding of our country's financial situation.

Mead and Salazar Discuss Sage Grouse Management

Governor Matt Mead said that Wyoming has an approach for managing sage-grouse that balances development and conserving the species. Friday, Governor Mead met with the Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and representatives of other western states.

Salvation Army Stuffing the Bus Tomorrow

The Sheridan Salvation Army bell ringers are out in force manning red kettles as usual, and they have a few other events scheduled as Christmas approaches.

Mead: Implications of EPA Data Require Best Science

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says the Environmental Protection Agency's study on Pavillion wells is "scientifically questionable", and is calling for more in-depth study of the practice, according to a media release from the governor's office.

Estimates Lower on Jo Co Library Expansion Property

Estimates done on the property just north of the Johnson County Library have come back substantially lower than the price being asked by the property owner, according to members of the Library Board, who gave the results to the County Commissioners at their meeting earlier this week.

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