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Heart Health Focus of Senior Center Health Fair

The Sheridan Senior Center and community partners are offering a health fair focused on the latest information for keeping your hear healthy. The heart health fair will take place Tuesday, February 4 from noon to 2 at the Sheridan Senior Center.

Hospital Receives $50k Grant

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation has received a grant of $50,000 from the Whedon Cancer Detection Foundation in support of preventative cancer screening and diagnostic testing at the hospital.

Dayton Council Reviews Grant Application

Dayton's town council will review the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board's application for state funds at the council meeting next week.

Seminar Presenter Explores Fear

Fear can lead to anger because both involve release of some of the same chemicals in the brain.

College Trustees Will Learn About Federal Issues

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District will meet Tuesday, Feb. 4, to hear a presentation on federal legislative issues that pertain to higher education.

Intensive Care Unit Needs Update

The decades old intensive care unit at Sheridan Memorial Hospital is in need of an update to accommodate new technology and improve services, but what will the needs of the future look like.

Closings and Delays

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Sheridan County School District #3 is on a 2 hour delay.

Madden Discusses Revenue Bills With Commissioners

State Senator John Schiffer and State Representative Mike Madden stopped by the Johnson County Commissioner's meeting Tuesday to discuss the upcoming legislative session that begins in just a few weeks.

Commissioners Deliver Positive State of County Address

The annual State of the County Address was given by the County Commissioners who each gave short reports ranging from the outlook for revenue to new projects at the fairgrounds to the finalization of the lease for water rights in Lake DeSmet to the Game and Fish Department.

Representative Talks About Supreme Court Ruling

The Wyoming Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the law enacted last year by the legislature stripping Cindy Hill of her duties as Superintendent of Public Instruction was unconstitutional.

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