Aaron Palmer


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JCSD1 Approves Agreement with SCSD3

The Johnson County School District #1 Board of Trustees discussed approving an agreement that will allow Sheridan County School District #3 to send buses into Johnson County's district to pick up students that will attend school in Sheridan County District 3.

New JCSD1 Cell Phone Policy Takes Effect This Week

A new school policy at Buffalo High School will take effect with the beginning of the new school year this week, and there are both positive and negative reactions, including many individuals having mixed feelings in the matter.

Results From Saturday's 'Rope For Knowledge' Event

Sheridan College in Johnson County held their annual “Rope For Knowledge” event Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

JCSD1 Board OKs Applying for Alternative School Funding

The Johnson County School Board has approved district administration to apply to the state for funding of a proposed alternative school to be built in Buffalo.

Public Health Computers to be Replaced

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved the replacement of the computers at the Public Health Office, after discussing the issue with Public Health Nurse Trish Thompson and County IT Consultant Don DeVore.

Free Admission offered at 'Rope For Knowledge' Saturday

Sheridan College in Johnson County will be having their annual “Rope For Knowledge” event to benefit their Johnson County Scholarship Fund this Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

JCSD1 Board Approves Agreements for Golf, Swim Teams

During this week's meeting the Johnson County School Board voted to give an increase to both the YMCA and the Buffalo Golf Course over use of those facilities by the district's students.

Youth Camp Concerns Brought to Commissioners

Some concerns pertaining to the Johnson County Youth Camp were brought before the county commission at their recent meeting by Youth Camp Board member Verna Lawrence.

Johnson County War Tour Sold Out

The Johnson County War Tour, offered by the Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee, will be this Saturday, August 17th, and it has been sold out.

European Tour Operators Checking Out Buffalo

Thirty-six tour operators from Italy were in Buffalo Tuesday to see what the town has to offer their customers who may decide to tour the area in the future.

Cell Phone Policy Discussed at School Board Meeting

The new policy at Buffalo High School prohibiting use of cell phones during school hours was discussed at the Johnson County School Board meeting Monday night.

Buffalo Mayor Urges Caution Near School Buses

Schools in Buffalo will be welcoming students back next Wednesday, August 21st, and Buffalo Mayor Shane Schrader released a statement urging motorists to to be cautious around school buses.

County OKs Security Measures for Voting Equipment Storage

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed security options for storage of their voting equipment with County Facilities Manager David Eads at their recent meeting.

Johnson, Sheridan Counties Approve Cooperative Agreement

Johnson County's Commissioners approved and accepted a cooperative agreement extension with Sheridan County for the Public Health Emergency Management Coordinator.

Annual 'Rope For Knowledge' Saturday in Buffalo

Sheridan College in Johnson County is again offering their annual “Rope For Knowledge” event to benefit their Johnson County Scholarship Fund this Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo, but those wanting to compete need to register before Thursday.

Johnson County Commission OKs Application for 2021 CMAQ Funds

Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer brought an application for Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) funding before the county commission for approval at their recent meeting.

Chief Gives Buffalo Police Report For July

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder requested the city council accept grants from the for alcohol and tobacco compliance checks in 2020 for $3,400 each, which was approved.

Sheridan Commission Approves Annual Statement

The adoption of the receipts and expenditures for the previous twelve months is required by Wyoming statute for each fiscal year ending on June 30th.

Cemetery District Makes Offer For New Trail

The Johnson County Cemetery District has approached the City of Buffalo about donating land to construct a trail in exchange for water taps from the city.

County Approves Final Acceptance For TW Road Project

The Johnson County Commission signed Final Acceptance Certification on the TW Road Reconstruction Project.