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December 28th

Avalanche Center Reports Moderate Slide Risks

Backcountry users in northwestern Wyoming and eastern Idaho are being warned to be careful following two avalanche deaths.

December 27th

Seniors Celebrate New Year

The senior center in Sheridan will host a New Year's Eve celebration on the 31st, starting at noon.

Local Senator Supports Medical Marijuana

A local senator says he supports legalizing medical marijuana.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Report Finds Rural Medicaid Disadvantage

A recent report finds rural Medicaid at a disadvantage.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Senior Center Offers Home Help

As the senior center in Sheridan celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, Sheridan Media is taking a look at the facility on Smith Street and the services offered there.

State Game & Fish Combines Publications

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As part of its ongoing efforts to recognize budget and staffing efficiencies, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is merging two of its publications – Wyoming Wildlife magazine and the Wyoming Wildlife News tabloid.

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Avalanche kills snowboarder near Jackson resort

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - An avalanche has killed a snowboarder just outside the boundary of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

December 27th

Attorney Updates County on Muddy Creek Realignment

Deputy County Attorney Barry Crago gave a quick update on the Muddy Creek re-alignment to the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting, saying not much had been figured out yet, but they were continuing to work on the issue.

Polar Bear Plunge Happens New Year's Day

This will be the 27th year, according to the organizers, that upwards of 100 to 125 hardy souls will brave snowy weather and icy waters in nothing but bathing suits to prove...well, only they know why they do it!

Rob Forister has been organizing the plunge for the last ten years.

City Gets Break On Annual Insurance Premium

Trevor Moon, representing North Wyoming Insurance in Buffalo, gave a presentation to the city council at their last meeting on their annual insurance policy costs and found they could save nearly $35,000 by changing providers.