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Common Animal Illnesses During the Winter

Common Animal Illnesses During the Winter (Photo curtesy of Mirari Erdoiza)

As a winter storm approaches, many of us are concerned about staying warm and staying safe on the roads. But what about our animals? Dr. Sarah Schreiber of the Moxey-Schreiber Veterinary Hospital says there are some common illnesses that she notices at her practice during

City of Sheridan Prepares for the Worst

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With a winter storm warning set to go into effect this evening and a storm that could produce over a foot of snow, the City of Sheridan is busy preparing for the worst case scenario. City Engineer Lane Thompson.

Customer Service the Theme of Chamber Luncheon

Peak Consulting Owner Laura Lehan at Wednesday's Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Wednesday's Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon focused on customer service as Peak Consulting Owner Laura Lehan talked about several large companies that have had tremendous success by making sure that the customer does indeed come first.

Governor Mead: State of the State is Strong

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

During the joint session of the 62nd Wyoming Legislature, Governor Matt Mead delivered the State of the State address Wednesday.

Buffalo Council Approves Mayor's Appointments

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council approved Mayor Randy Dyess' suggestions for appointment to various boards.

Johnson County Adopts Resolutions For Lake DeSmet

Johnson County's Commissioners are adopting a proactive stand concerning the proposed lease agreement for water rights in Lake DeSmet by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, adopting two Resolutions at their meeting Tuesday.

Artist Reception For Dave Stoetzel Friday At SCJC

Sheridan College in Johnson County will host another Artist Reception Friday, this time featuring Buffalo Landscape Photographer Dave Stoetzel and his presentation entitled “Nature's Canvas.”

Amid ACLU Concern, Jackson Stands by Rodeo Prayer

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Concerns raised by the American Civil Liberties Union aren't budging Jackson officials to do away with a public prayer said over a loudspeaker before the town's summertime rodeo.

Woman, Infant Struck in Cheyenne Hit-and-Run

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Police in Cheyenne say a driver ran into a woman and her 7-month-old baby at an intersection before leaving the scene.

Police spokesman Dan Long says the 26-year-old woman and the infant were taken to a nearby hospital. Their condition and identities weren't released.

Redefining the Local Library

Redefining the Local Library (Stock photo)

When you think of a library, you might picture seemingly endless rows of books, imagine hear some muffled whispers coming from the teen fiction section, all while a librarian quietly catalogs books from the return bin.

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