November is designated as a month to celebrate long-term home nursing care. Ann Aksamit of the Home Care and Hospice Department of Sheridan Memorial Hospital joined Public Pulse host, Kim Love, to explain some of the benefits of long-term home care.
At their regular meeting today the Johnson County Commissioners will be getting an update from the Johnson County Fair Board on where the projects to improve and upgrade facilities at the fairgrounds now stand.
The Sheridan City Council elected to table the Holly Ponds Planned Unit Development #9 Monday night. The request from developer Ron Patterson consists of re-platting three lots and one out-lot into four lots.
United Blood Services and Domino's Pizza are sponsoring a “Black Friday” blood drive this week in Sheridan. UBS Senior Donor Recruitment Representative Mike Frigon says that having a blood drive one day after a holiday is something new for them.
A Game and Fish Success Story: The History of Wild Turkeys in Wyoming (Photo courtesy of Flickr user Dendroicea Cerulea)
Although Pilgrims likely didn't have turkey as the main course during the world's first Thanksgiving feast, turkeys and Thanksgiving are hard to separate this time of year. But before the 1930s, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department says wild turkeys were non-existent. Chris Foy has more on the rarely told history of the bird.
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