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February 28th, 2013

Rec. District Continues to Expand Programs for Seniors

Over the last couple of years the Sheridan Recreation District has made an effort to expand their programs available for senior citizens. Rec. District Executive Director Richard Wright says that there are a number of different outings planned for this year.

Buffalo, Johnson County To Review Joint Engineer Position

At the last city council meeting, City/County Engineer Wayne Hill gave his report and was then asked by Mayor Randy Dyess to collect his logs of hours worked and for which entity and have them ready for an upcoming meeting with the Johnson County Commissioners.

JCHC Board Gets Positive Financial Report

At their monthly meeting Wednesday night, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees got positive financial news from Administrator Sandy Ward.

Rural Addressing Issues Discussed At Jo Co Work Session

During the Johnson County Commissioner's work session Tuesday, rural addressing and some issues that have come up recently were discussed with Johnson County Fire District One Chief Wes Johnson.

Results From Last Weekend's Buffalo Forensics Meet

Twenty-three high schools and 430 individual students from around Wyoming and adjacent states participated in last weekend's Buffalo Master's Tournament.

Wyoming Outlaws Human Trafficking

Wyoming has become the last state in the union to outlaw human trafficking, as Governor Matt Mead signed House Bill 133 into law yesterday.

State Legislature Adjourns

The Wyoming State Legislative season is over for another year as of this week. Before district representatives headed home, Senate Minority Leader, Chris Rothfuss, provided an insightful summary of this year's session.

Dental Hygiene Students Host 400 Kindergarteners

The Dental Hygiene Students at Sheridan College invited approximately 400 kindergarteners to the campus to celebrate annual Kindergarten Day Thursday.

Wyoming Recognizes Cardiac-Friendly Facilities

Wyoming governor, Matt Mead, will sign legislation today that officially recognizes hospitals within the state that meet national accreditation guidelines for specialized care for heart attack and stroke patients.

February 27th

Sheridan County Commissioners on Resignation of Former Fairgrounds Director

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Sheridan County Commissioners on Resignation of Former Fairgrounds Director (Photo by Ron Richter)

During a recent visit with host of Public Pulse, Kim Love, the Sheridan County Commissioners spoke to the details surrounding the resignation of the facilities director of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, Melissa Albrecht.