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Habitat to Hold Blitz Build

Not ones to rest on their laurels, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Big Horns is holding a Blitz Build this weekend.

Construction Manager Eliza Evans describes what their goal is for the weekend.

Kids Reading in Technology Age

One in four kids between the ages of six and 17 say texting with friends ‘counts’ as reading… and their parents disagree. That’s one of the findings in a new study released by Scholastic, which also details how parents see that as kids get more involved in the digital age, the time spent reading books for fun declines.

Poll Question: Renewal of Optional 1-Cent Tax

The General Election is fast approaching, and as we've reported frequently over the past weeks, the Optional 1-Cent Tax is on the ballot this year.

Family March Against Violence Held Saturday

Over one hundred people turned out on a cool and drizzly Saturday morning to take part in the “Family March Against Violence.  Beginning at the US Bank parking lot and ending at Grinnell Plaza, the march was held to make a stand against domestic violence and violence in our community.

A Christmas Ornament Collaboration

Up for the challenge, members of the Heart of the Horse 4-H Club teamed up with the Sheridan College Welding Class on Saturday to make ornaments for this year’s U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree which is coming from Wyoming's forest.

Buyok Ranch Conservation Easement

The Sheridan Community Land Trust celebrated a new Conservation Easement Saturday at the Buyok Ranch near the historic town-site of Monarch, north of Sheridan.

8,000+ Meals Available to Seniors

The Sheridan Senior Center and the Wyoming Department of Health have partnered to make shelf-stable meals available to Sheridan County residents age 60 and older. Just what is a shelf-stable meal? Lois Bell with the Senior Center explains.

Ex-Casper Pharmacist Sentenced On Drug Charge

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - A pharmacist accused of taking more than 3,000 doses of drugs from Mountain View Regional Hospital has been sentenced to five years of supervised probation. The Casper Star-Tribune reports that 41-year-old Kimberly Nimmo pleaded guilty in July to one count of possession of more than three grams of a controlled substance.

PLUC Raffle Drawing Next Tuesday

The Public Land Users Committee, or PLUC, is in the final days of selling raffle tickets as a means of raising funds to help with expenses incurred on a fencing project at 3-Poles Recreation Area. Tickets are $5 apiece or $20 for a book of five, and the prizes are either a Savage Rifle or a Hoyt Bow.

Take-Back Program Successful

Two weeks ago, Sheridan County Law Enforcement, along with Sheridan Media, took part in the first annual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Program.

A media release from the Denver, Colorado office of the Drug Enforcement Agency tells us that Colorado, Utah, Montana and Wyoming contributed mightily to the nationwide effort.

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