Archive - Sep 10, 2012 - News

4th Annual Alzheimer's Walk is Saturday

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The 4th annual Alzheimer's Memory Walk to raise awareness and funds that will help research through the Alzheimer's Association will take place this Saturday in Sheridan. Family Caregiver Director at the Sheridan Senior Center Stella Montano.

WGFD Contemplates Elk License Fee Increase

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is mulling a proposal to increase licensing fees for elk hunters by up to 50 percent.

Buffalo Police Chief Gives Report To City Council

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the city council at their meeting last week, saying the department had responded to 1,223 incidents during July. Of those, seven were child abuse or neglect cases.

Mead Considers Medicaid Expansion

Wyoming governor, Matt Mead, is still waiting on a response to questions he posed to the Secretary of Health and Human Services last July regarding the optional expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.

Buffalo Council Disusses Raw Water Line Replacement

The City of Buffalo's raw water line, which supplies irrigation water to the golf course, parks and other areas of the city has had breaks in the line for years, but this summer has had more breaks in a different area than usual, which has prompted discussions to replace it.

Nothing Like a Birthday Party

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Five year-old Molly Anderson.

What do you do with 60-70 five year-olds? You throw a party and that's exactly what Sheridan Memorial Hospital did Saturday morning.

3rd Annual Out of the Darkness Walk

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Saturday was a perfect day for a walk and 260 folks walked a mile and a half to raise support and awareness for suicide prevention. It was the 3rd annual “Out of the Darkness Community Walk.”

Brewfest 2012

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Temperatures in the low 80's, sunny with a slight breeze, for some, it's perfect weather to sit back and have a beer. There were plenty of beers to choose from at the inaugural Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Brewfest held Saturday at Whitney Plaza.

Poll Question of the Week

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The Gilead Fire continues to grow in the proposed Rock Creek Wilderness Area. Started by lightening on August 14th, the fire has burned well over 5000 acres.