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Sheridan Cardiac Care Exceeds National Standard

Sheridan Memorial Hospital exceeds the national standard in care for heart attack patients.

Local Woman Speaks Out for Same-Sex Marriage

A local woman speaks out for same-sex marriage. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Commissioner Clarifies One-Cent Tax Revenues

Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley speaking at the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce luncheon. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

In talking about the one-cent optional sales tax that citizens of Sheridan County will vote on in November, County Commissioner Tom Ringley encouraged everyone to do their homework during a recent public luncheon.

Three Deer Poached in Sheridan County

A cash reward is on the table for information leading to the arrest and conviction of poachers violating hunting regulations in Wyoming.

Local Mining Company Recognized for Reclamation Efforts

Cloud Peak Energy, the company that owns and operates the Spring Creek Coal Mine north of Sheridan, was recognized recently for successful reclamation efforts.

Senator Says Need Better Ebola Protocols

U.S. Sen. John Barrasso was in Sheridan to recognize Highland Park School. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Wyoming's U.S. Sen. John Barrasso said people around the state are voicing concern about the Ebola outbreak in Texas, especially now that another nurse who treated a patient who died from Ebola has tested positive for the deadly African virus.

Library Board Discusses Donations, Lewis Street

The Sheridan County Library Board of Trustees had their regularly scheduled meeting Wednesday to discuss allocation of donation funds and the Lewis Street Construction project.

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Crazy Woman Square Sculptures Nearly Done

The last phase in the Crazy Woman Square enhancement project is underway. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Buffalo Considers Updated Sign Ordinance

The Buffalo Planning and Zoning Committee will have their regular meeting on Oct. 28, and the main topic of discussion will be the development of a more extensive sign ordinance than what is currently on the books.