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JCHC Board Discusses Replacing Retiring Doctors

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The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees had their monthly meeting last week, and discussed replacing two doctors that are retiring.

Parking and Gas Tax on Tonight's Council Agenda

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Parking and Gas Tax on Tonight's Council Agenda

The Sheridan City Council will consider on second reading tonight a new code allowing for monies collected from the gas tax to go into a trust fund. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says that this will assure that the City always has funds for road maintenance.

Joint Committee to Discuss Redistricting

The State Legislatures Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Interim Committee will meet in Cheyenne today and tomorrow to discuss redistricting plans for the state.

Cowboy/Molecular Geneticist Releases Book: 'All A Cowboy Needs'

Garrett Lindemann

Fiction writing is a new venture for Garrett Lindemann. He's spent most of his life conducting research as a molecular geneticist.

Sheridan Community Blood Drive is This Week

Sheridan Community Blood Drive is This Week

United Blood Services of Billings, Montana will be holding a three day blood drive in Sheridan this week. Mike Frigon with UBS gives us the details of the Sheridan Community Blood Drive.

21st Annual Community Holiday Dinner Is Sunday

The 21st Annual Community Holiday Dinner will be held this Sunday at the Holiday Inn. The dinner started out targeting those with an economic need but has grown to take in those with social or emotional needs as well.

Rep. Berger Commences Chairmanship of CSG-West

State Representative Rosie Berger

State Representative Rosie Berger has been named chair of The Council of State Governments-West.

Cheyenne Police: Student Died From Exposure

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Cheyenne police say a teenager found dead on the grounds of her high school died from exposure after a traffic accident. Police on Friday identified the student as 18-year-old Andrea Battle of Cheyenne. Police Capt.

Fun And Busy Day in Buffalo Today

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Today, at least in Buffalo, is the unofficial kick-off to the Christmas season, as many activities are scheduled for today and tonight around town.
To help you plan your day, here is a list of December 3rd activities, compiled by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce:

Resolution on the Koltiska Investigation May Come Next Week

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Resolution on the Koltiska Investigation May Come Next Week

It appears that a resolution is imminent regarding the investigation of former Sheridan County Clerk Audrey Koltiska.