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January 3rd, 2013

Busy Month at Sagebrush Community Art Center

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January is a busy month at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan, as they'll be offering a number of different classes for people of all ages. Edre Maier with Sagebrush talks about a few of upcoming classes they've got planned.

Text Scam is Making its Way Around the Area

Several banks and credit unions in Sheridan have alerted Sheridan Media of a scam that is circulating via text message to bank and credit union members. Vice President of Sheridan Community Federal Credit Union Megan Powers explains.

Hospital Trustees Hold Special Meeting

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The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees held a special meeting Wednesday to consider and approve medical staff privileges for three individuals. Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty.

January 3rd

JCSD1 Board Approves Rate Schedule For Bus Drivers

At their final meeting in 2012, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees approved a new rate schedule for district bus drivers, at the request of Transportation Director Dennis Zezas.

Hawley and Long Sworn Into Buffalo City Council

Bill Hawley and Dave Long take their Oaths of Office from Municipal Judge Mary Hupy.

At their first regular meeting of 2013 Wednesday evening the Buffalo City Council welcomed new councilman Dave Long and re-elected councilman Bill Hawley during a swearing-in ceremony.

JCHC Discusses Implementing Electronic Health Records

At their last meeting of 2012, the Johnson County healthcare Center's Board of Trustees discussed the upcoming implementation of Electronic Health Records and the facility switching over to an automated time and attendance program for employees.

Webinar Series Aims to Help Local Restaurant Owners

In a three-part series of online courses, restaurant and hospitality industry veteran Chris Tripoli will be teaching future or prospective restauranteurs some tricks of the trade when it comes to operations and finance. (Photo courtesy of the Wyoming Entrepreneur Small Business Development Council)

The Wyoming Entrepreneur Small Business Development Center announced an upcoming series of online courses that are designed to help current and prospective restauranteurs improve operations and their bottom lines.

Sen. Enzi on Fiscal Cliff Deal: 'Much More to be Done'

Sen. Enzi on Fiscal Cliff Deal: 'Much More to be Done' (Photo by Chris Foy)

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, a Wyoming Republican, issued a statement Wednesday on the recent passage of a bill to avert the so-called fiscal cliff. The Senate ultimately passed the measure in a vote of 89 to 8 and the House of Representatives passed it in a vote of 257 to 167.

Unemployment Figures in Sheridan and JoCo Some of the Lowest in Wyo.

Unemployment Figures in Sheridan and JoCo Some of the Lowest in Wyo.

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services released statistics Wednesday that show Sheridan and Johnson Counties were in the top three of counties across the state with the lowest percentage of those who are unemployed.

County Plans to Continue Dana Avenue Closure

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Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger

On November 1st of 2011, the Sheridan County Commissioners temporarily closed Dana Avenue from 13th to 15th Street due to safety concerns.