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October 10th, 2012

Secular Coalition Explains Concerns about Church/State Separation

Last week, Sheridan Media reported the Secular Coalition for America plans to organize lobbying efforts within the state this month as part of a nationwide campaign to push back against religious inf

Community Businesses Enable Student Flu Vaccs

Medical professionals with the Sheridan County Public Health Clinic are busy making their rounds through the county to offer flu vaccinations to students within the school districts. This year's vaccinations may seem routine, but they're really the result of a community pulling together.

BHNF Plans Controlled Burn

Firefighters with U.S. Forest Service will conduct controlled burns this week in the Powder River Ranger District of the Bighorn National Forest.

October 9th

Johnson County Gets Update On Shooting Complex

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their last meeting, heard an update from those interested in building an indoor shooting range in Buffalo.

JCHC Quoted $575K for Electronic Records Conversion

The Johnson County Healthcare Center has been looking at converting hospital records from paper to electronic, and this coming year was earmarked for the decision to move forward, with the board budgeting money for the implementation of the program in 2013.

Consultant Recommends DDA

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Consultants Arnett Muldrow and Associates were commissioned by the City of Sheridan and the Downtown Sheridan Association to develop a downtown business plan and conduct a feasibility study on forming a downtown development authority.

WYDOT to Begin Slide Repair Near Ranchester Next Week

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The Wyoming Department of Transportation has begun work to repair a slide near Ranchester. The project is taking place on WYO 345 at mile post 13.7. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell tells us about an upcoming road closure due to the project.

March Against Family Violence

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The Advocacy and Resource Center will be holding their annual March Against Family Violence along Main Street in Downtown Sheridan this Saturday. Victim Witness Coordinator with the Advocacy and Resource Center Rhonda Weber.

Salazar Announces Wyoming Wind Project Approval

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has approved what could become the largest wind energy project in the United States, a Wyoming wind farm with up to 1,000 turbines that would provide electricity to some 1 million homes.

Special Meeting Wednesday To Rescind Jo Co Fire Ban

The Johnson County Commissioners will be holding a Special Meeting Wednesday, October 10th to rescind the county-wide fire ban that was enacted earlier this summer.