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TRVCC Family Carnival is Friday night

The Tongue River Valley Community Center's annual Family Carnival will be held from 5 to 8 pm this Friday, November 4 at the Community Center in Dayton.

Medicare Work Session Held Monday

Medicare enrollment can be a cumbersome process, and the Sheridan Senior Center says the most important thing to remember is to use the available resources to educate yourself.

Full Capacity OK'd After July Wyo. Pipeline Rupture

CHEYENNE (AP) - Federal investigators have allowed
TransCanada to go to full pressure on a new gas pipeline in northeast Wyoming that ruptured for reasons that still aren't entirely clear.

SCSD2 on Possibility of No External Cost Adjustment

SCSD2 Administration Building. (Sheridan Media file photo)

The Joint Education Committee made a recommendation this month that would give school districts no External Cost Adjustment for the third straight year.

Poll Question: Tax Plans

Two proposed tax plans that Republican presidential hopefuls have launched to address the struggling economy have received plenty of attention in the past couple of weeks.

Gov. Mead Looking Forward to Business Forum

Governor Matt Mead has been working with the Wyoming Business Alliance on the upcoming Business Forum, and, in a media release from his office, he says he's happy with the way it's coming together.

November Jentel Presents at SAGE Depot Tuesdday

Jentel Artist Residency Program's monthly program will take place from 5:30 to 7 pm Tuesday at SAGE Space in the Historic Train Depot.

Another Successful Drug Take-Back Over Weekend

The National Prescription Drug Take-back Day was Saturday.

The third National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day was this past Saturday, and both Buffalo and Sheridan law enforcement agencies took part in the event.

BHS Drama Dept. to Present Fall Play This Week

The BHS cast of 'While the Lights Were Out.'

"While the Lights Were Out", a play by Jack Sharkey, will be presented by the Buffalo High School Drama Department this week at the BHS Auditorium.

JCHC Agrees to Terms with Blue Cross Blue Shield

Sandy Ward

The Johnson County Healthcare Center and Blue Cross/Blue Shield have reached an agreement for the hospital and clinic to continue providing services to BCBS clients, according to Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward.