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Students Give Free Massages to Community

Six Sheridan College massage therapy students gave free chair massages to employees of Sheridan organizations and businesses this week to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Week.

“Celebrating Generations and Building Community”

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Taking a proactive approach to anticipated growth of our elderly population, the Sheridan County Senior Center is launching its capital campaign, “Celebrating Generations and Building Community,” to expand and renovate its current facility in Sheridan.

Legerski’s Sausages Takes Home Two Awards

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A local sausage business took home two awards this month. Hannah Stepenoff has the the story.

Fall Hunting Regulations to be Official by April

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Wyoming Game and Fish Department officials have completed a series of public forums on the 2015 hunting seasons and now plan on presenting those comments in proposal form to be considered by the department’s commission in April.

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Sheriff Kozisek Speaks At Buffalo Chamber Lunch

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Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek was one of the county's elected officials that spoke to the crowd gathered at this month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.

JCHC's Building Project Set To Get Underway Again

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's 2018 Capital Building Project, which has been substantially on hold during the recent cold weather, is expected to begin again soon with the warmer conditions.

A Look Back in Time: March 27, 1915

Details for construction of the sugar factory here in Sheridan, and the 1915 campaign, are being worked out by company officials.

Staff of District 1 Cite Issues of Distrust

Teachers in Sheridan County School District 1 are asking why the district is having financial problems despite a four-year freeze in salaries, a cut in staff, and an increase in student enrollment that should mean additional funds from the state.

Mercury Testing Being Conducted At Meadowlark Gym

Johnson County School District One Superintendent Gerry Chase informed Sheridan Media today that he received a phone call from OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) concerning mercury found in the gym floor at Meadowlark Elementary School in Buffalo.

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