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October 24th, 2013

Hospital Audit Passes Muster

A certified public accountant charged with auditing the financials of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital announced Wednesday that the books were unqualified.

October 23rd

ONE MORE GAME BEFORE THE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS BEGIN

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs close out the regular season at home tomorrow night against Cheyenne South.

It's Senior night with the presentation of seniors starting at 6:00 the game will kickoff at 7:00.you can hear the game live on KWYO and 87.7 FM ESPN radio.

The final game of the regular is tomorrow and Head coach Don Julian says the season flew by and they have a lot on the line tomorrow night.

Emergency Preparedness Group Plans Drill

The City of Buffalo, State Engineers' Office and Johnson County Emergency Management have entered into an agreement to perform an exercise on the failure of Tie Hack Dam.

Council Reviews Animal Code Draft

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven brought draft copies of the modified animal codes for the city before the city council for them to review.

Center Holds Child Behavior Seminar

If you have or know a child that has meltdowns and/or tantrums, and you want to know how to keep them from happening, the Parent Information Center of Buffalo will be hosting a seminar tonight (October 24th) from 6 to 8 at the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Misty Moon Room.

Red Grade Road Closes Monday

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Sheridan County has issued a media release notifying the public that Red Grade Road also known as county road 26, will close for the season this upcoming Monday morning (Oct.28) at 8 o'clock.

Governor Mead Discusses Recent Trip to Asia

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead just returned from a trade mission to South Korea and Taiwan, where he met with several key industry and governmental leaders.

Jaycees Host Downtown Trick-or-Treat

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Little ghouls and goblins will unite in downtown Sheridan this weekend as the Sheridan Jaycees will be holding their annual Halloween parade.

Fall with Peek at Winter

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Photo by Rex Arney

Local Girl Chosen as a Kidd's Kid

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Every year the Kid Kraddick Foundation raises money to help send 50 chronically ill children and their families on an all expense trip to Walt Disney World in Florida. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.