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The deadline is coming up to apply for the tax refund program that offers those 65 and older financial benefits as a return of several taxes collected by the state. Kim Deti, with the Wyoming Department of Health, explains where funds come from.

The Wyoming Department of Health is reminding people that not all documents labeled as “birth certificates” are considered as official birth certificates frequently needed to prove identity.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce announced there will be an organizational meeting for those interested in helping the Rocky Mountain International Roundup which will take place in Buffalo early in 2012.

Sheridan's Black Tooth Brewery will enter Wyoming's official Microbrew Competition Saturday in Saratoga. The 16th annual competition will be the Sheridan brewery's first time competing for the state brew title.

The Child Development Center, Region II will be having their Child Development Screenings next week in Sheridan and Buffalo.

The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders, or NEWY, hosted a number of Congressional staff from Washington, D.C. last week, as they toured Sheridan, Johnson and Campbell Counties.

The Johnson County Commissioners approved and signed the finalized regulations for the Mikesell/Potts Recreation Area at Lake DeSmet.

Thrift stores in Sheridan have seen more people come through their doors during the down economy, but the Salvation Army isn't getting their normal cash donations in order to keep up with that increase.

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