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May 29th, 2013

Bad Debt Expense Contributing to Decline in Revenue at Hospital

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Board of Trustees for Sheridan Memorial Hospital met for their monthly meeting Wednesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has this report.

Kendrick Pool to Open Friday

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(Photo Courtesy of the Sheridan Recreation District)

Opening day for Kendrick Pool in Sheridan is this Friday. Aquatics Specialist with the Sheridan Recreation District Jamie Ostermyer says now is the time for parents to register their kids for swim lessons.

Sheridan Parkfit Begins Next Week

The Wellness Council of Sheridan County along with EMIT Technologies and the Sheridan Recreation District are once again offering a unique way to get in shape this summer. Parkfit will begin next Wednesday at Kendrick Park.

Sponsors of Repealing Senate Enrolled Act 1 File Petitions in Cheyenne

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Sponsors of Repealing Senate Enrolled Act 1 File Petitions in Cheyenne

Sponsors of a proposed referendum to repeal Senate Enrolled Act One, originally known as Senate File 104, filed their petitions in Cheyenne on Tuesday. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has more.

Sheridan Angels Host Sale for School Supplies

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Sheridan Media News previously reported the Sheridan Angels, a grassroots neighbor helping neighbor group organized on Facebook, had a special back to school project in mind.

Honeybees Face Environmental Stressors

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(Photo from Wyoming News Service)

The USDA has said the nation's population of honeybees is declining at a worrisome rate.

Henry A. Coffeen School Celebrates Leadership Day

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The students of Henry A. Coffeen Elementary school showed off their leadership skills Wednesday morning in front of a packed gymnasium of proud parents.

Reservation-based pre-K bus takes school to students

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By Ron Feemster for
Originally published on May 28, 2013

It’s playtime for Cordelle, a two-and-a-half-year-old who lives with his mother, grandfather and aunt on a 10-acre parcel of land up a series of dirt roads 15 miles outside Pavillion, Wyo. And it’s fun for Carr. But the exercise is also serious diagnostic and educational work for the teacher. And an intense workout of Cordelle’s fine motor skills and vocabulary.

May 28th

Mixed Media Art Classes and Open House June 3-7 In Buffalo

The Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council is sponsoring another Buffalo Summer Art Guild Visiting Artist Program next week.

Buffalo Council Approves Project Agreements For Pipelines

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, approved and accepted two Project Agreements for two separate pipeline projects.