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January 23rd, 2014

Cemetery Managers Need Funds to Expand

A cemetery in Sheridan County is running out of space, and can expand, but managers need money to purchase some adjacent public lands.

Counselor Says Depression Can Be Treated

Lynn Gordon talks about the biological basis of depression during this week's Brown Bag Seminar. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Depression can lead to insomnia or sleeping too much, can cause fatigue and difficulty in making decisions and can lead to suicidal thoughts.

Wyoming's U.S. Senators Stop in Sheridan

As BROADCAST in 7 o'clock NEWS: Both of Wyoming's United States Senators are stopping in Sheridan this week.

Small Business Putting Sheridan on iMap

Anne Gunn is owner and founder of Sheridan Programmers Guild. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Programmers Guild has recently received a grant from the state based on its initiative to create online learning games for late high school/early college science and math students.

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Truck Crashes After Hitting Ice Patch

(Photo courtesy of David Jaros)

A truck crash in the mountains near Sheridan held up traffic for a few hours today on a major roadway.

Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Sheridan Angels Celebrate One-Year Anniversary

(Photo by Chris Foy)

A year ago Sheridan resident Kelley Mason started the Sheridan Angels Facebook group in an effort to help local residents in need. Angels Vice President Shelli Lapp says the grassroots group has come a long way in just twelve months.

January 23rd

Get Your Pets Protected At This Year's Buffalo Rabies Clinic

The biennial Buffalo Rabies Clinic will be happening this weekend, giving pet owners the opportunity to save some money while protecting their pets and getting them licensed if they live within the city limits.

Buffalo Car Wash Owner Wants 'Fairer' Sewer Rates

The Buffalo City Council, at Tuesday's meeting, heard from Buffalo's Wash Me Car Wash owner Shon Schroefel about his concerns over sewer rates he is being charged.

Library Expansion, New Rec Center or Both? Commisioners' Decision Coming Next Week

The Johnson County Commissioners will be making their decision as to which project will be placed on the November ballot for county residents to choose.
The voters will decide whether or not to allow a sixth-penny tax to be collected in the county to help pay for the projects.