Sheridan County

Sheridan College continues to add state-of-the art technology to their educational programs, and one of the most recent will greatly benefit nursing students.

The Hospitalist Program at Sheridan Memorial Hospital began one month ago and early indications are that things are working out rather nicely for the new program. Hospitalists assume the care of hospitalized patients in the place of the patients' primary care physician.

Due to construction on various campsites at Buffalo Bill State Park in Cody, there will be a limited number of campsites available on the the reservation system.

Today until 3 pm is the first-ever Local Foods Expo held at the Sheridan College Watt Agricultural Center. Seventeen vendors and information booths will be on hand to discuss growing or ordering locally grown produce and meats.

The May exhibit on the Mezzanine at the Sheridan County Fulmer Library is Jason Persun's Landscapes and Travel Photos. Fulmer Library Executive Director Cameron Duff says that this isn't the first time Persun's work has been displayed at the Library.

The Buffalo Swim Club will have their annual duck race fundraiser Saturday morning, April 30.
The race will take place in Clear Creek in Buffalo beginning at 10am.
The ducks will be dumped into the creek in Washington Park and will finish downtown.

Sheridan County Commissioners, along with Airport Manager John Stopka, met with officials from Great Lakes Airlines Thursday to discuss ways to improve the service in Sheridan.

Three very deserving individuals were honored Thursday night at the 1st annual Keystone Awards to benefit the Sheridan Senior Center. Darlene Elliot, Dr. Seymour Thickman and Roman Skatula were honored for their timeless commitment to the Sheridan community throughout the years.

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