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SHS Parent Advisory Meeting: 'The Adolescent Brain'

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Sheridan High School will hold their monthly Parent Advisory meeting Thursday evening in the SHS library, and this month's presentation is titled: “The Adolescent Brain”.

49-Year-Old Texas Man Dies in One-Vehicle Accident

49-year-old Anthony L. Modkins of Texas died in a one-truck accident Monday night on US 14 in Sheridan County, according to the Wyoming Highway Patrol. The crash occurred at about 9:20 pm eighteen miles west of Ranchester.

Sheridan Free Clinic Gets $5,400 Donation for Equipment Upgrades

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The Free Clinic of Sheridan County will replace old IT equipment using a $5,400 donation made possible by the Kim and Mary Kay Love Family Donor Advised Endowment Fund and the Sheridan Area Opportunities Fund.

SCSD1/NWCCD Joint Board Meeting: More Technical Education

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

Sheridan County School District 1 board of trustees met at the college with Northern Wyoming Community College District board members Tuesday night to discuss dual and concurrent enrollment and other issues related to the current education forecast in the state.

National EAS Test Today

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Obama administration is conducting the first-ever nationwide test or the nation's Emergency Alert System this afternoon.

Homeowners Assn. Brings Concerns to Jo Co Commission

Johnson County Commission

Representatives of the Cloud Peak Ranchettes Subdivison northwest of Buffalo brought concerns relating to lands owned by the county that is near them and adjacent to the Johnson County Airport.

BHS Musicians to March in 2012 Macy's Parade

Sixty-five musicians from Buffalo High School have been selected for a State Marching Band that will spend the next year preparing to march and perform in the 2012 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.

Adminstrator: JCHC Financial Picture Good, May Change

JCHC Administrator Sandy Ward

Johnson County Healthcare Center Administrator Sandy Ward gave a financial report to the board at their monthly meeting in late October, telling them the situation financially is good at the moment, but cautioned them that he expects things to change soon.

Lawmakers Recommend Approval of Wolf Plan

Wyoming State Senator Bruce Burns

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A legislative panel has signed off on a plan that could remove federal protections from gray wolves in Wyoming as early as next year. Senator Bruce Burns says the Joint Travel, Recreation, Wildlife and Cultural Resources Interim Committee approved the plan on Tuesday.

Kindle and Its Possible Future at Fulmer Library

The Sheridan County Fulmer Library may be home to the Kindle library someday soon.

The Kindle has certainly changed the way many of us read our favorite books these days. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter takes a look at if the Kindle library will find it's way to the Sheridan County Fulmer Library.