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March 28th, 2013

Buffalo Police Warn Citizens Of Phone Scam

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder has issued a warning for citizens to be aware of a new phone scam that has recently started in the area.

8 Weekend Egg Hunts Planned

Easter egg season opens this weekend in Sheridan County.

Farmers, Recreators Like Land Development Limits

Wyoming, Utah and Colorado had a major overhaul this month regarding energy development.

Wyoming Official Charged for White-Collar Crime

The man in charge of investing Wyoming's pension system funds is on leave after being charged with insider trading.

Elk Hunters Boast Record Year

(photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

Elk hunters in Wyoming killed a record number of elk last year.

SMH Seeks Hospice Volunteers

Sheridan Memorial Hospital is looking for volunteers to provide relief support for the Hospice of the Big Horns.

March 27th

Kicking the Habit in Wyoming

Kicking the Habit in Wyoming (Photo courtesy of Flickr user lanier67)

With the recent debate about smoking in Sheridan, what are community groups doing to help smokers quit and prevent kids from picking up their first cigarette or pinch of smokeless tobacco? Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Two Sheridan Men Sentenced for Drug Delivery

Two Sheridan men who were linked to the drug bust in August of last year that resulted in the arrest of nearly 30 individuals were sentenced Wednesday in Fourth Judicial District Court. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there.

Sheridan College Student Chosen as 2013 New Century Scholar

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Sheridan College Student Chosen as 2013 New Century Scholar

Sheridan College Machine Tool Technology student, Trapper Rieniets, has been selected as the 2013 Wyoming New Century Scholar by the All-USA Community College Academic Team.

Seminar on Bipolar Disorder and Suicide Prevention Takes Place May 1

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Seminar on Bipolar Disorder and Suicide Prevention Takes Place May 1. This piece of artwork courtesy of Flickr user Sheri Weinberg)

Community groups are holding a free seminar in May to highlight the need for suicide prevention and a deeper understanding of mental illness in Sheridan County.