A Busy Day at the Sheridan County Museum

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Saturday was a full day of events at the Sheridan County Museum as visitors were treated to a “behind the scenes” look at the museum. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

Sled Hockey Demonstration by Wounded Warriors

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Hundreds of sports enthusiasts showed up Saturday as five physically challenged “Wounded Warriors” took to the ice at the M & M Ice Skating Center demonstrating hockey play on ice skating sleds.

e2e Program Highlights Vacutech CEO John Tucker

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The Wyoming Technology Business Center in Sheridan hosted their latest e2e Entrepreneurial Program this week that featured Vacutech CEO John Tucker.

Hospital Auxiliary Gives $50,000 to ICU Project

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The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary presented donations totalling $50,000 to the hospital at its annual meeting Friday at Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

Buffalo Council OKs Hiring New Dispatch Worker

The dispatch center at the Justice Center will be getting a new hire later this spring after the Buffalo Police Department was given approval by the city council to begin the hiring process to find a new dispatch worker.

Buffalo Mayor On Water Rate Hike At State Of City Address

During his “State of the City” address Wednesday, Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson touched on the possibility of water rate hikes coming later this year.

State Of The City? Buffalo Mayor Says 'Good'

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson gave the annual “State of the City” address on Wednesday at a luncheon sponsored by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.

Legislative Update: Kinskey Explains Medicaid Vote

An attempt to expand Medicaid was defeated late last week in the Wyoming Senate. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has more.

UW Part of Pilot Program to Improve Highway Safety

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The University of Wyoming is taking part in a pilot project that could reduce weather-related accidents on Interstate 80, and other highways around the state.

Johnson County Commissioners Receive CAST Update

Johnson County's Commissioners were given mostly good news from Commissioner Jim Hicks during his update on CAST, or the Critical Air Service Team.