Concerned moms and dads talk to their kids every so often about safety subjects like fire or stranger danger, but there's an important talk missing from the arsenal of standard parental lectures.

Sheridan College in Johnson County will be offering a CPR and a First-Aid Certification Class this Saturday at the Buffalo campus on South Main Street.

A group of partners presented a class in Buffalo over the last few days to teach those interested more about natural fibers in general, how to sort them and how to become certified in the process.

Buffalo author Steve Rzasa has released his latest book, “Crosswind,” and although this book is still considered part of the science fiction/fantasy genre, it is a slight change of venue for the author who has written a number of books with a completely different backdrop.

Black Hills Corp. has laid off 11 of its workers at the Wyodak coal mine north of Gillette.

Black Hills external affairs manager Wes Ashton tells the Gillette News-Record the layoffs are in response to changing market conditions.

The layoffs leave the surface coal mine with 69 employees.

Here's a look at the past week's top news stories from Sheridan Media:

Earlier this week, a Sheridan man fell victim to not one but two phone scams involving nearly $5,000. Deputy Katie Kennedy with the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office explains.

Richard Davis, a Sheridan attorney at Davis and Cannon, LLP, is among 23 individuals from around the state chosen to serve on a search committee for a new president for the University of Wyoming.

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