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Great American Smokeout is Thursday

Sheridan County Tobacco Prevention Coordinator Shelly Araas

The Great American Smokeout is this Thursday, which gives smokers an opportunity to quit for a day with the goal of making it their first step in a lifetime free of cigarettes. Sheridan County Tobacco Prevention Coordinator Shelly Araas.

20-Year-Old Sheridan Woman Dies In One-Vehicle Accident

A one-vehicle accident resulted in the death of 20-year-old Sarah L. Nixon of Sheridan on Friday, according to the Wyoming Highway Patrol, after she apparently fell asleep at the wheel while southbound on I-25 just north of Kaycee.

Poll Question: Should Joe Paterno Have Been Fired?

Joe Paterno, 2006

Long-time Penn State coach Joe Paterno was fired last week amid child sex abuse allegations against one of his former assistant coaches.

29th Annual Library Auction Raises $45,100

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library was a busy place Saturday night, as hundreds gathered for the 29th annual Library Benefit Auction.

Sheridan Students to Hear From Anti-Bullying Speaker

Sheridan Junior High Students and students from Sheridan elementary schools will listen to an anti-bullying presentation Monday morning from nationally-renowned speaker and comedian Michael Pritchard.

Veteran's Day Observed in Buffalo

Veteran's Day Observances in Buffalo

The annual Veteran's Day observances took place on Friday in Buffalo, with a small parade and ceremonies at the Veteran's Memorial at Fort and Main Streets.

Blood Drive Monday in Buffalo, Tuesday in Kaycee

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United Blood Services of Billings will be having blood drives in Buffalo Monday and in Kaycee on Tuesday.
UBS supplies blood to all hospitals in Wyoming, half of the State of Montana and a handful of hospitals in western Nebraska.

Representative Lummis Says Failure is Not an Option by the Super Committee

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis

This past Friday President Obama urged super committee leaders to “get the job done” as the deadline for the congressional leaders to come up with a deficit cutting proposal looms near. During her stint as co-host of Public Pulse on News Talk 930 KROE on Friday, host Kim Love asked U.S.

City of Sheridan Building Department Going Electronic

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The City of Sheridan Building Department may be going electronic.

The City of Sheridan continues to go electronic as their building department is working on accepting plans from developers electronically. Mayor Dave Kinskey explains the advantages of going paperless.

Wyo.4th Highest State in Percent Registered for Organ Donation

Wyoming is ranked fourth in the nation with 59.6 percent of people holding drivers licenses and ID cards registered as organ donors.