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October 14th, 2014

UW Researchers Head Mixed Grasslands Study

Research on a mixed-grass prairie near Cheyenne may provide the clues Wyoming ranchers and land managers need to make grassland ecosystems more resistant to future climate change.

October is National Liver Awareness Month

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October is National Liver Awareness Month and we sent Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott out to the streets to see what people had to say about liver.

October 13th

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QPR Trainings Available Beginning This Week

In just two hours, Buffalo and Johnson County residents can learn to save the life of a friend, co-worker or family member.

Joco Commissioners Approve Kaycee Library Repair

At last week's Johnson County Commissioners meeting, Director of the Johnson County Public Library Cynthia Twing requested funds to finance minor renovations to the Kaycee branch of the library.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 14, 1914

Governor Carey has endorsed John B. Kendrick of Sheridan for governor.

Joco Emergency Management in Search of Volunteers

A local county emergency management office is looking for volunteers. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Golden Years Celebration

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Sunday night the Senior Center was transformed into a formal dining room and those guests who have been married for 50 years were invited to celebrate the night with dinner and entertainment.

Activities Director Jane Perkins shared the menu.

Free Legal Advice Clinic Takes Place Next Week

A local association has scheduled a clinic next week that will allow people to seek free legal advice. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Considering All the Options

The dilemma of what to do with the Kendrick Park Pool is one that officials with the City of Sheridan and Sheridan Recreation District have been dealing with for a number of years now. The pool is over seventy-five years old and has become a financial strain to operate and maintain annually.