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February 9th, 2011

Blood Draws for Health Fair Next Week

Johnson County Healthcare Center has teamed with Health Fairs of Wyoming to provide health screenings to residents of Johnson County.

Another Great Weekend for Bison Swimmers

The Bison swim team hosted Powell last Friday, and easily took that dual.
The Bison had first place finishes from Neil Medders in the 200 free and the 100 breast stroke; Wilbur Holt in the 200 individual medley; Pierrick Bultot in the 100 back; Kevin Kramer in the 100 fly, Nate Holt in the 500 free and Justin Land in diving.

SBA Roundtable Thursday at Sagewood

Angela Jarvis

The Small Business Administration's Roundtable discussion will be Thursday morning at Sagewood in downtown Buffalo. This month's discussion will center on taxes for the business owner and changes to be aware of that are coming in 2011 and how to prepare for them.

February 9th

SHERIDAN COLLEGE BASKETBALL BACK IN ACTION

Generals head coach Steve Smiley

GENERALS / LADY GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals and Lady Generals play at Miles City, Montana tonight both teams currently hold the lead in the north sub region.

The generals go after wins 19 and 20 this week Head coach Steve Smiley says the regular season is starting to run short.

The Generals beat both Miles and Dawson at home and Smiley expects tougher games this week starting tonight in Miles City.

And he says it won't be a picnic in Glendive Sunday either.

Health Care Part Two: Recovery Audit Contractors

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty

Today we continue our series on the health care industry with a look at a program that was conceived from the Medicare Modernization Act of 2003. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Story Septic Meeting Well Attended

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There was a good turnout at the Sheridan County public workshop on proposed supplemental specifications to septic systems in the Story area.

The Story Women's Club was a full house Tuesday night for the Sheridan County septic system management public workshop.

Motion to Withdraw Guilty Plea Taken Under Advisement

A hearing was held Tuesday in 4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan on a Motion to Withdraw the Guilty Plea of Defendant Steven Kruger, who previously plead guilty to Felony Child Abuse and two misdemeanors, Child Endangerment and Unlawful Use of a Controlled Substance.

Representative Patton on Accountability in Education

Wyoming State Representative John Patton

The Wyoming State Senate advanced a bill that would establish a state education accountability program to monitor K-12 education.

Cause of Death: Hypothermia

An autopsy conducted Tuesday morning in Billings, Montana on the Sheridan man found lying in the road this weekend has revealed the cause of death. Sheridan County Deputy Coroner Kevin Sessions confirmed that 26-year-old Kelly Eugene Claar died from hypothermia.

Lu Lu's Cafe on the City Council's Agenda

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Lu Lu's Cafe at 118 N. Brooks is applying for a restaurant liquor license at the City Council's meeting Monday evening. The Cafe is currently being remodeled with Lynn Sedar and her partner Andy Ayres hoping to reopen for Valentine's Dinner, complete with a restaurant liquor license, on February 12th.

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