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Civil War Series Continues at Fulmer Library

Civil War Series Continues at Fulmer Library

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is hosting a very unique series that runs through May. It's entitled Let's Talk About It: Making Sense of the American Civil War. Fulmer Library Program Coordinator Debbie Iverson.

Study: Wyomingites Not Ready for Rainy Day

(WY News Service) -- A new report says that Wyomingites aren't prepared to withstand the financial burden if they lose their jobs.

Bradford Brinton Inaugural Giving Campaign Surpasses Goal

Steinway Duo-Art piano, Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum courtesy photo
Exhibition space, Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum courtesy photo

Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum conducted its first ever annual giving campaign last year to remedy a funding shortfall that has hit the museum in recent years and according to Museum Director Ken Schuster, they far-surpassed their goal of $125,000, raising about

JCHC, Amie Holt Care Center Named To Nation's Best

Johnson County Healthcare Center and the Amie Holt Care Center in Buffalo were recently named in the top facilities in the nation by US News And World Report and The National Rural Health Association (NRHA).

Sheridan Equine Surgeon Travels to Kingdom of Bhutan

Sheridan may have a pioneer in the field of equine prosthetics, a relatively new field of veterinary medicine. Dr. Ted Vlahos was recently called to the Kingdom of Bhutan for his expertise.

'The Diary of Anne Frank' at Carriage House

Carriage House Theatre

The Civic Theatre Guild's production of “The Diary of Anne Frank” will take place this weekend and throughout February. The play tells the story of a 13-year-old Jewish girl and her family in hiding during the Nazi occupation of Holland.

Education and the Legislative Session

Education and the Legislative Session

This year's 61st Wyoming Legislative session is a budget session, which typically means that there'll be a lot of jostling back and forth on bills between the House and the Senate.

SHS Senior Named Top AP Performer

Keely Oltion

A Sheridan High School senior was the highest Advanced Placement achiever in Wyoming in 2011. Keely Oltion was one of two in Wyoming and 101 nationwide named a 2011 Siemens Award winner for Advanced Placement, an honor that carries a $2,000 college scholarship.

Keep Your Heart on the Job

Keep Your Heart on the Job

Heart disease continues to be one of the leading causes of death in Wyoming, as the state averages almost 1,000 deaths related to heart disease every year. Wyoming State Health Officer Dr. Wendy Braund says that understanding the heart's job can help us appreciate why certain choices can be so potentially harmful to our health.

Johnson Co. Commission Approves County Liquor Licenses

Johnson County Commissioners

At their regular meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners approved the liquor license renewals brought before them.