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Sheridan Memorial to Reach Out to Patients

Sheridan Memorial to Reach Out to Patients

Friday we told you about the Wyoming Department of Health's recommendation to Sheridan Memorial Hospital to have surgical patients in which a Laryngeal Mask Airway, or LMA was used between June 1st and November 8th of 2011 be tested for hepatitis B and C, and HIV.

Urban Planning Firm Studying Possibility of DDA in Sheridan

Downtown Sheridan (Sheridan Media file photo)

South Carolina-based urban planning firm, Arnett Muldrow & Associates, presented community stakeholders on Thursday morning with their plan to look into creating a Downtown Development Authority in Sheridan.

D1 Superintendent: Accountability Bill May Reduce Local Control

Sheridan County School District 1 superintendent Marty Kobza shared his comments on the accountability in education bill, which was signed into law by Gov. Matt Mead this week.

Department of Health Offers Recommendation to Sheridan Memorial

Department of Health Offers Recommendation to Sheridan Memorial

The Wyoming Department of Health has recommended to officials with Sheridan Memorial Hospital, that the hospital offer testing for three diseases to patients who used airways during surgery that were not adequately sterilized.

BHS Spring Musical Friday And Saturday Nights

BHS Drama students will present 'Seven Brides For Seven Brothers' this weekend at BHS.

Buffalo High School's drama department will present the musical “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers,” tonight and Saturday night at the BHS Auditorium, at 7pm both nights.

Drama Coach Nancy Tabb tells us more about the musical.

Buffalo Recycling Center Drain Issue Tabled For Now

Buffalo/Johnson County Recycling Center

A floor drain at the Buffalo/Johnson County Recycling Center is broken and in need of replacement, and the Recycling Board made a request of the Johnson County Commissioners to look into the problem and make a decision on how to proceed with correcting the issue.

Vols Needed For Public Health Biological Drill in May

Johnson County Public Health Registered Nurse Janet Jones

Coming up in May, Public Health Offices all over the State will be conducting drills for a possible “biological event” to understand how prepared the state is and how to better prepare in the future.

City of Sheridan Looking to Fill Council Vacancy

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City of Sheridan Looking to Fill Council Vacancy

Sheridan City Councilman John Bigelow's resignation means that there is a vacancy on the Council for one of the two seats representing ward two. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says that the City is looking for interested applicants.