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April 1st, 2012

Education Leadership Symposium slated for Lander

Education Leadership Symposium slated for Lander

The Wyoming Department of Education's Special Programs Division will host the sixth annual Education Leadership Symposium in Lander, June 25-28. The four-day event will take place at Lander Valley High School and kick off with two days of sessions on special education best practices.

Buffalo Council Approves Contracts For SW Quad Project

Zach Montgomery

At their last meeting, Buffalo's City Council approved contracts for WWC Engineering to produce the necessary documents and move into the design of the infrastructure project.

March 31st

Grandma Mary: A Quilt for Every Baby at Sheridan Memorial

Mary Edwards made this special quilt for the Women’s and Children’s Services at Sheridan Memorial Hospital before she moved to Oregon. She is standing with Linda Benth, Women’s & Children’s Services Manager who says, “Mary was a very generous person, giving her time and energy to create beautiful baby quilts for our babies.  She and her quilts have created a legacy of caring here at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. We will miss her.” (photo courtesy SMH)

Mary Edwards' goal was to make a quilt for every baby born at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. Hospital Community Relations, Cecile Pattison explains.

JCHC Receives Generous Donation And Memorial Contributions

JCHC Board of Trustees

At Wednesday's meeting, the Johnson County Healthcare Center Board of Trustees learned of a number of Memorial contributions and Donations given for March of this year.

Department of Education Release Graduation Rates

Department of Education Release Graduation Rates

A media release issued Friday by the Wyoming Department of Education shows that using the established United States Department of Education methodology, the Wyoming Department of Education’s Federal Four-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate, or “on-time” graduation rate, is 79.74% for the class of 2

March 30th

Disability Awareness Walk is Saturday

Culminating a month's events promoting disability awareness, RENEW and several other groups will hold a disability awareness walk Saturday morning at the Sheridan Junior High School track. Ace Young, with RENEW, talks a little bit about the goal tomorrow.

Gov. Mead: EPA Rules Could Be Bad News For Wyoming

Governor Matt Mead released these comments from his office Wednesday regarding Environmental Protection Agency rules putting up new standards for power plant emissions.

Lummis: Republican Pres. Candidate Should Back Obamacare Repeal

Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.) took some time Thursday morning call back to Wyoming from her office in D.C., and we talked about a number of different topics including health care.

It's National Doctor's Day

If you see a doctor today, go ahead and shake his/her hand because today is National Doctor's Day. Sheridan Memorial Hospital is celebrating today, March 30, says Cecil Pattison, community relations director at Sheridan Memorial.

Brooks Street and Its Possible Closure

Brooks Street and Its Possible Closure

At last week's Sheridan County Commissioners meeting, the results of the courthouse transportation analysis that was conducted by the consulting firm of Fehr and Peers out of Colorado were released.