Events

WYDOT Buffalo
Main St Project Meeting.
Feb 1, 2024

February 2, 2024

Download Representatives from WYDOT introduced details of the project and took questions & comments from the audience.    Note:   Downtown Main Street phases are now scheduled for Spring-Fall 2025 Introduction WYDOT Laura Dalles 0:00 Project Scope Overview WYDOT Isaac Finkle…

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Breaking it Down.
JoCo Republican Party Caucus & Convention
2024

January 25, 2024

Download Johnson County Republican Party Chairman Mike Madden and Vice Chair Tom Knapp explain the nuts and bolts of the upcoming Johnson County Republican Party caucus and convention events and how they are crucial to American democracy.    The Party…

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‘Fire & Ice Festival’.
Jan 2024

January 5, 2024

Download Are you curious about the upcoming ‘Fire & Ice Festival’ at the TA Ranch on Jan 20th? Katy Giles, the creator and coordinator, explains how they are pulling out all the stops.  Maybe you want to compete in one…

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Grow, Baby, Grow!
Beginner Gardener Class.
Jan 2024

December 16, 2023

Download Have you dreamed of cultivating your garden but didn’t know where to start?  Our elevation, soil types, and short growing seasons can be challenging.    Johnson County Extension Office has a class for people wanting to develop a flourishing…

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Freedom Caucus Town Hall.
Dec 9, 2023

December 16, 2023

The Wyoming legislature, whilst overwhelmingly ‘Republican’ in name, is experiencing increasing internal divisions. There are significant differences amongst  Republicans on key issues, leading to a growing rift between the far-right Wyoming Freedom Caucus and a separate group who are pushing…

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What Should We Do With The Place?
Ranch Succession Planning.
Nov 2023

November 9, 2023

Passing on the family ranch from one generation to the next is steeped in tradition yet rife with challenges. This transition is not merely a business transaction; it’s a transfer of legacy, livelihood, and a way of life deeply intertwined…

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You can do that in 4-H?!
Oct 2023

October 11, 2023

Do you think 4-H is just for ranch kids? It’s all just ‘cows and plows, right?   Think again.   4-H can be anything you want it to be.  During national 4-H week 307NetRadio caught up with Bryce Mckenzie Extension Educator in Johnson County…

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‘Cane and Able’.
White Cane Awareness.
Oct 2023

October 5, 2023

Imagine your world in an eternal night or being shrouded in a relentless fog.  What would happen to your independence, and your quality of life, and what about the simplest tasks you do every day?   Driving to work, taking a stroll in…

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Choosing The Right Road.
September 2023

September 21, 2023

Maybe you have heard of “The Right Road”?   Find out more about this collective spirit of a community coming together for the next generation.   Why does a legion of almost 100 community volunteers from diverse professions unite and…

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A Conversation with
Poet Laureate Gene Gagliano.
Sept 20, 2023

September 20, 2023

Meet Wyoming Poet Laureate, National Award Winning Children’s Author Gene Gagliano.  Find out how Gene discovered writing and became a published author and eventually Wyoming Poet Laureate.    We discuss the very personal process of writing, where the inspiration comes from,…

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“The Past Meets The Present”.
JC Heritage Days.
9 Sept 2023

August 25, 2023

Katie Giles of the TA Ranch and organizer Jennifer McCormick explain this brand-new event showcasing the past and the present in Johnson County at the TA Ranch. Find out more about Katie’s brainchild and what this family-friendly day has to offer,…

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“Mind Matters.”
Addressing Alzheimer’s Disease.
Aug 2023

August 22, 2023

Alzheimer’s, often referred to as the “silent epidemic,” is a neurodegenerative disorder that not only affects individuals but also their families and caregivers. The older we get, the more likely we are to develop Alzheimer’s Disease.  Johnson County has a…

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