CASPER — State and county health officials along with medical facilities in Wyoming are preparing for flu season as COVID-19 continues to spread. This year, they must prepare to balance typical planning and preparation for flu season with the added challenges of the coronavirus. State and lo…

Drive south from Buffalo toward Kaycee and you’ll cross hills, skirt fence lines and roll over river crossings. Then, as you pass Interstate 25 mile marker 270, you will enter one of the per-mile deadliest sections of road for mule deer in Wyoming. There, the interstate cuts a dividing line …

A lightning strike caused fire to flare up again in Johnson County on July 23, this time south of Ucross. Called the Double Cross fire, it ultimately blackened 1,118 acres of ranchland.

Versatility is a common quality among employees of small school districts, and it’s not unusual to see a teacher or administrator juggling multiple responsibilities.

What makes special education so special? Well, in Johnson County, at least part of that exceptionalism can be traced to Shelley Armstrong, who will be retiring this spring.

Teacher retirements are always sad in the Johnson County School District, but it takes a very special teacher to bring a school board member to tears with their retirement announcement.

How do you become a rodeo cowboy? According to Owen Grubb, who will perform in his second Johnson County Youth Rodeo on Friday, there are three important requirements.

Recent hot weather and low water levels in Clear Creek have the potential to stress the rainbow and brown trout populations at lower elevations.

The 18U Bulls team pulled through with two wins on Saturday afternoon over Worland in their home double header. Damian Brown pitched for the entirety of the first game, followed by Joe Musselman who started the second game. The Bulls came out on top 7-3 in the first game and 10-2 in the second. 

The Wednesday night rodeo series is running this summer through both July and August. The rodeos include everything from roping to rough stock competitions. The rodeos start at 6 p.m. and have competitions in both arenas to keep things moving.