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Give Your Heart to a Child Campaign Underway

The purpose of the Sheridan County YMCA annual “Give your Heart to a Child” campaign is to raise awareness and support for creating scholarship opportunities for low-income youth, families and seniors.

JCHC Board Discusses Pharmacy Remodel

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees again discussed the proposed remodel of the pharmacy that has been a meeting topic in recent months.

Buffalo's Monster March Set For Tuesday, October 31st

The annual Halloween tradition in Buffalo, the Monster March, will be happening Tuesday, October 31st.

School District 2 Fourth in Instructional Spending

Sheridan County School District 2 ranks fourth among Wyoming's 48 school districts in the money it spends on instruction, and seventh among the district in the average teacher's salary.

New Artist To Be Featured in Whitney Center Gallery

The most recent exhibit in the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts Gallery was has come and gone. Dr.

Interim Public Works Director Wraps Up City Project Season

It’s getting colder and the construction season is coming to a close.

Sheridan Police Lt.’s Switch Roles

The Sheridan Police Department has two Lieutenant's, Tom Ringley and Travis Koltiska, that oversee different aspects of the office. Chief Rich Adriaens said that the two have now switched roles.

Organization Pushes 'Wyoming Public Lands Day'

The Council For The Bighorn Range (CBR) is currently undertaking a push to protect Federally-owned public lands from coming under the management of the state, which they feel would be bad for public access and use of those lands, and are trying to raise awareness with the general public of their cause.

See 'What Haunts the Occidental' During Upcoming Tours

Rumors of strange happenings, sights and things that go bump in the night have been going around for decades about Buffalo's Occidental Hotel, and now just in time for Halloween, the centerpiece of Buffalo's downtown will offer tours of the hotel to find out what might be there.

JCHC Board Discusses Class Action, Leases, ER Coverage

During the last regular board meeting of the Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center, they discussed a number of smaller issues concerning the facility.

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