Wyoming

Buffalo Council Passes Liquor Ordinance On Second Reading

Buffalo's City Council has approved the second reading of their liquor licensing and enforcement Ordinance, after a unanimous vote at their last council meeting.

County Commission OKs Contract With Natrona County

The agreement is essentially the same, with Johnson County being billed $195 per day for each juvenile the Natrona County facility has at any given time.
The only change to the contract was going from an annual contract to every two years.

Stockgrowers Present Awards At Buffalo Meetings

The Wyoming Stockgrowers Association held their annual Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show at Buffalo's Bomber Mountain Civic Center last week, and the culmination of the week-long event was the Awards Luncheon last Friday.

A Look Back in Time: June 13, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on June 13, 1917.

Sales, Cap Taxes Down – But Not as Much as Feared

Sales and capital facilities tax revenues are down, but not as much as county officials originally estimated.

Chamber Lunch to Feature Local Schools

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host their June luncheon on Wednesday. Dixie Johnson, the Chamber’s CEO, said that the program will focus on local education.

Wyoming Ranked As One of the Best States for Higher Education

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Wyoming has been named as one of the top 10 best states for higher education in 2017 thanks largely to the University of Wyoming. According to UW Director of Institutional Communications Chad Baldwin, Wyoming came in at number 7 based on the criteria.

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PIERCE OFFICIAL-MURDER INVESTIGATION

GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — A 19-year-old Colorado woman has been sentenced to 28 years in prison for her role in the September 2015 death of a woman who reportedly disrespected a biker gang.

Four Buffalo Businesses Fail Tobacco Compliance Checks

During his report to the city council last week, Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder said that four local businesses failed recent tobacco compliance checks.

Another Good Basketball Tournament For Buffalo

More than 50 different teams ranging in age from children through adult played each other for fun, bragging rights and their sweatshirts, according to Tim Cahhal, Wellness and Programs Director with the Johnson County Family YMCA, who puts on the annual event.

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