Archive - 2013 - News

October 23rd

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.

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.

Health Officials Say Get Flu Shot

As the flu season creeps in, state health officials are urging everyone older than six months to get vaccinated.

State Streamlines Health Benefits Process

A new centralized customer service center has opened for state Medicaid and Kid Care CHIP clients.

Park Service Releases Yellowstone Winter Use Plan

The National Park Service has released a new policy that will regulate winter access to Yellowstone National Park by people riding on snowmobiles and snow coaches.

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INTERNET ASSAULT

Wyo. Supreme Court rejects Internet assault appeal

Disability Waiver Redesign Raises Concerns

A proposed redesign of Wyoming's Medicaid waivers for those with disabilities has raised concerns among those who provide and receive services under the existing program.

October 22nd

Auditions Set For Upcoming Play

Image courtesy Creek Side Performing Arts

Creek Side Performing Arts will present their version of Annie Junior in January of 2014, but auditions for performers will be next week at the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.

Buffalo Gets Clean Audit Report

Photo credit: dooleyjelly.com

Dooley and Jelly CPAs recently completed the audit for the City of Buffalo for the year ending June 30, 2013 and issued an unqualified, or “clean opinion,” although CPA Tracey Jelly told the city council there were minor issues to clean up.

Library Auction's Next Month

Artists concept of the expanded library. Image credit: Johnson County Library

A fundraiser to raise funds to help with their expansion project will be happening next Friday, November 1st at the Johnson County Library.