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Obesity in Wyoming...It's a Growing Problem

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One in four Wyoming residents are obese, pushing the scales far beyond simply being overweight. Monday night in the Science Center at Sheridan College, Registered Dietitian Georgia Boley presented the program “Hunger and Obesity...Making the Connection.”

County Approves Trabing Contract

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved the chair to sign a contract to pave a section of Trabing Road, should the contract become available from the Wyoming Department of Transportation before the commissioner's next meeting.

Buffalo Chamber Offers Lunch, with Twist

This month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon will have a new venue and a slightly different twist than normal.

Rachel McCaughey, Assistant Director of the Chamber of commerce, tells us what will be different at this month's luncheon.

County Agenda Includes Subdivision, Grant, Addresses

The Johnson County Commissioners will discuss and are expected to make a decision on the approval of a re-subdivision of the Mannering Lot and final plat approval of the Robinson Acres Subdivision at their regular meeting today.

Tipsy Taxi Program Receives Governor's Award

Earlier this month Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens accepted an award on behalf of the City of Sheridan from the Governor's Council on Impaired Driving. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Bid Awarded for Water Line Project

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The Sheridan City Council Monday night unanimously voted to award the bid for the Northwest Water Transmission Line project to Wilson Brothers Construction in the amount of $3.2 million.

Wellness Into the New Year

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The Wellness Council of Sheridan County strives to foster community growth by cultivating the dimensions of wellness. Council Director Michele Fritz says that there is a preconceived notion of the definition of wellness.

Last Minute Christmas Thoughts . . .

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There are many groups of people in Wyoming who could use a little nudge of assistance at this time of year.  Two types that come to mind are the under-employed and the unemployed.

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Staff Helps Fund ICU Expanson Project

Funds to expand Sheridan Memorial Hospital's intensive care unit are nearing $190,000, and Hospital Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven says members of the hospital's staff are helping to make it happen.

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