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November 21st, 2013

Survivors of Suicide Broadcast Connects Thousands

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Wyoming was ranked #1 in the nation for suicides per capita in 2012, and with one month left in the calender year, statistics indicate that the dubious distinction could remain with the state for another year.

Sheridan County Benefits by Giving Up Lake DeSmet

Sheridan County Courthouse -- Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

The dissolution of a contract between Sheridan and Johnson counties over ownership of Lake DeSmet is coming to fruition.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.


Business Gives Back to Community

Warehouse 201 on Broadway -- Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

A local business owner has created a fund-raising campaign as a means of giving back to his community. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.


Students Attend Library Board Meeting

Eleven government students from Sheridan High School attended Wednesday night's meeting of Sheridan County Public Library trustees.

College Hosts Trauma Seminar

Lynn Gordon talked about overcoming trauma. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan mental health professional Lynn Gordon discussed techniques to overcome the trauma that can surface during the holiday season during a brown bag lunch seminar Wednesday at Sheridan College's facilities on Main Street.

Ranchester Considers Irrigation Ordinance

Ranchester's Town Council looked at a proposed irrigation ordinance at their meeting this week that would allow residents along the Tongue River Irrigation Ditch to draw water for use on their yards.

November 20th

Buffalo Now Has Own Habitat Affiliate

Habitat For Humanity has had a presence in Buffalo for quite a few years, but has always been a subsidiary office for somewhere else.
That has all changed recently as Buffalo's Habitat for Humanity organization has become independent.

Library Auction Nets Funds For Expansion Project

Cynthia Twing, Director of the Johnson County Library

The Johnson County Library updated the county commissioners on their recent auction fundraiser and their latest plans concerning their proposed expansion project.

Chamber Lunch Focuses On Financial Abuse

This month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon was at the Clear Creek Cantina on Wednesday and featured Grace Gibbs and Kathy Keeler of First Interstate Bank of Buffalo, speaking on elderly financial abuse, ways to recognize it, correct it, and prevent it.

Consultants Talk Target Industries Study

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CAEL Vice President Joel Simon at the SEEDA Board meeting Wednesday. (Photo by Ron Richter)

During their regularly scheduled monthly meeting Wednesday, members of the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board received an update from consultants on the career and technical education training study that is about to move into its second phase. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has this report.