Johnson County

SBA Roundtable Thursday at Sagewood

The Small Business Administration's Roundtable discussion will be Thursday morning at Sagewood in downtown Buffalo. This month's discussion will center on taxes for the business owner and changes to be aware of that are coming in 2011 and how to prepare for them.

Blackout Cancer Week at BHS

Buffalo High School's Student Council is holding their second annual fundraiser called Blackout Cancer, to benefit Johnson County residents fighting cancer. Joyce Hall, Student Council Advisor, explains what the week is about.

Blood Draws for Health Fair Next Week

Johnson County Healthcare Center has teamed with Health Fairs of Wyoming to provide health screenings to residents of Johnson County.

Representative Patton on Accountability in Education

The Wyoming State Senate advanced a bill that would establish a state education accountability program to monitor K-12 education.

Johnson County Planning Meeting Tuesday

The re-subdivision Lot 1 in the Dube Minor Subdivision on Highway 16 West of Buffalo will be the main topic at the Johnson County Planning Commission meeting Tuesday.

Child Development Screenings Tuesday in Buffalo

The Child Development Center in Buffalo will be offering Child Development Screenings for all children from birth to five years of age on Tuesday, February 8th.

Madden Votes Against Increase to Local Govts.

State Representative Mike Madden recently voted against a bill that would increase money allocated to county and city governments in the state by nearly six percent.

Rogers Settles into Assessor's Job

Johnson County's new Assessor Cindy Rogers has been on the job just a little over a month, and has admittedly had some setbacks during that time.

SCC Geologist Discusses Climate Change

On the January 31st edition of Public Pulse, climate change was a major topic of discussion. Tom Johannesmeyer is the Geology instructor at Sheridan College, and he says

Workforce Services Welcomes New Addition

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services has announced the addition of Lynn Welker to the Wyoming Workforce Development Council. Workforce Services Director Joan Evans says she looks forward to Welker joining the team.

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