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Gatchell Museum’s “Living History Days” Takes Place on Saturday

The Jim Gatchell Museum’s “Living History Days” is back! Like so many other events in 2020, the popular outdoor and “hand on” event was cancelled during the COVID-19 pandemic. Held each summer on the Johnson County Courthouse lawn, the event features programs that demonstrate what life was like in years past in and around Johnson...

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The Green Room Trail at Malcolm Wallop Park, Sheridan Community Land Trust’s newest trail, is now open

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is excited to announce that its newest community trail, The Green Room Trail at Malcolm Wallop Park, is now open. The Green Room Trail is SCLT’s most accessible trail to date. It connects directly to the existing paved Sheridan Pathway in Malcolm Wallop Park (formerly North Park). The trail can...

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Gov. Gordon Relaunches WY Meat Processing Expansion Program

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon has relaunched the Wyoming Meat Processing Expansion Grant Program (WMPEG). The Wyoming Department of Agriculture (WDA) is now accepting applications for the program, which will continue to provide support for Wyoming meat processing facilities and Wyoming citizens impacted by supply chain disruptions and regional shut-downs of processing facilities resulting from...

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WY Public Radio Bringing Booster Tower to Johnson Co. Airport

In an attempt to improve statewide signal coverage and emergency alerting capabilities, Wyoming Public Radio approached the Johnson County Commission last week to request an installation of a booster on one of the towers on Airport Road. Paul Montoya is Wyoming Public Radio’s Director of Engineering and explained how the installation would benefit local citizens…...

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State Rep. Crago Discusses ARPA Funding & Legislative Session Cancellation

Early this month, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon announced the cancellation of the anticipated special legislative session that had been planned for next month. The session was intended to begin efforts to find a solution to the K-12 budget issue and determine how to spend the $1.738 billion of funds from the American Rescue Plan Act...

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