Hospice care is a special healthcare option for patients and families faced with a terminal illness. It's for those people who are critically ill and have six months or less to live and the goal is to alleviate suffering and manage symptoms. Sheridan currently does not have a hospice facility.
Last week we reported on a resolution approved by the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board to apply for a Business Committed Grant through the Wyoming Business Council that would allow for Vacutech to expand their business.
City Attorney Ben Kirven spoke to the city council concerning possible dog and/or pet restrictions in other public areas in the city, now that the council has decided Crazy Woman Square is a “dog-free” area.
As more and more commercial dairies are closing across the United States and Wyoming, there has been an upswing in what is called urban or backyard cattle ownership—where people own one or few cows to create enough milk for personal use and not for a profit.
There is a Flood Watch in effect for Johnson County through Sunday afternoon for streams and creeks along the central Bighorn Mountains, according to information released by Johnson County's Information Officer Marcy Schueler.
A Flood Watch means that flooding is possible within the watch area.
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