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The Wyoming Department of Health has announced that through their Medication Donation Program, state residents can donate their unused medications to help those who may not be able to afford their prescriptions. Program Manager Natasha Gallizzi.

The Consumer Producer Safety Commission reports more than 140-thousand children across the country wound up in E-Rs last year because of toy-related accidents, and 13 children died.

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee will hold its annual Legislative Forum Jan. 4 and 5, and businesses looking for chance to share their concerns with state legislators should sign up soon.

Tourists that call Sheridan Travel and Tourism hear that recording of Executive Director Penny Becker and her explanation of the winter activities offered in the area. Some of those snowmobiling trails she mentioned are again ranked among the best in the west.

The Wyoming Department of Health’s Vital Statistics Services Office is warning residents to avoid commercial vendors who charge unnecessary high fees to individuals seeking official birth certificates or other similar certified documents.

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi stated this week on the Senate floor that in order to solve the debt crisis, Americans must have a better understanding of our country's financial situation.

Governor Matt Mead said that Wyoming has an approach for managing sage-grouse that balances development and conserving the species. Friday, Governor Mead met with the Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and representatives of other western states.

The Sheridan Salvation Army bell ringers are out in force manning red kettles as usual, and they have a few other events scheduled as Christmas approaches.

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