Local Coal Producer Reaches Another Safety Milestone

Officials with the Cloud Peak Energy company, that owns a coal mine about 35 miles north of Sheridan, announced this week that their Cordero Rojo Mine in the northeastern part of the state has operated more than one million work hours, consecutively, without incurring a reportable injury to the Mine Safety and Health Administration.

'Anxiety' is Topic of Brown Bag Talk

Anxiety – what it is, how to recognize it and ways to control it – was the focus of Wednesday afternoon's Brown Bag seminar in Sheridan.

Hospital, County Urge Passage of Medicare/Medicaid Bill

Sheridan County officials and administrators of the county hospital have urged passage of a bill that would require all Wyoming hospitals to serve Medicare and Medicaid patients.

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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 16, 1914

Now here's Sheridan Media's journey back in time report from one hundred years ago.

Buffalo Senior Center's Pancake Supper This Week

The annual Pancake Supper fundraiser for the Buffalo Senior Center will be this Friday from 5:30 to 7 at the senior center.

Assistant Director Sally Frost tells us what types of programs are helped through these types of fundraisers.

Buffalo Police: Alcohol Compliance Checks Mostly Positive

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his monthly report for December to the city council at their last meeting, and said alcohol compliance checks performed netted only one that sold to a minor.

County Commissioners Discuss Rare Elements

County Commission Chair Delbert Eitel brought information to the other commissioners concerning a rare earth project that may happen in Northeast Wyoming in the near future.

Obamacare Concerns Raised at Legislative Forum

The Affordable Care Act was a common theme throughout day one of the legislative forum Wednesday in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the report.

Pay Raises Will Be Addressed During Budget Session

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead's proposed $3.3 billion general fund budget for the biennium includes roughly $88 million for employee pay raises. Of that amount, nearly $50 million is allocated for state employee raises, while the remainder would go towards raises in the education system.