Archive - Sep 25, 2010 - News

Prescription Drug Take Back a Success

Tens of thousands of dollars worth of unused prescription pills were turned in to law enforcement to be destroyed.

A steady flow of people took advantage of the first Prescription Drug Take Back Day, held Saturday at Walgreen's in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has more.

Legislative Panel Considers Health Care Legal Fund

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A state legislative committee is drafting a bill to set aside $2 million to pay for legal challenges to portions of the new national health care reform law. The Joint Committee on Labor, Health and Social Services agreed during a meeting this month in Buffalo to have the bill drafted. It will vote on it later.

Freudenthal Speaks on Several Issues

Governor Dave Freudenthal

At his regularly scheduled news conference earlier this week, Governor Dave Freudenthal covered four specific issues. The governor's office issued the report, and Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has the highlights.

NRA Annual Banquet

The Friends of the NRA hosted its annual fundraising banquet last night at the Holiday Inn in Sheridan. Tim Green, Chairman of the local chapter of the “Friends of the NRA,” says “100% of the proceeds go into the hunting sports and youth education”: