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Got Meds? Dispose of Them Saturday in Buffalo, Sheridan

The third annual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is this Saturday, and both Buffalo and Sheridan law enforcement agencies will be taking part.

Ghosties and Ghoulies and Spookies on Parade: Annual Monster March Monday in Buffalo

Ghosts, goblins, superheroes, Barbies and more will be taking over Buffalo's business district on Halloween during the annual Monster March that will be happening downtown Monday afternoon.

Dayton Holding Public Meeting for TR Restoration Project

The Town of Dayton will hold a public meeting next week to discuss the upcoming Tongue River Restoration Project and also address reconstruction of park trails following spring flooding.

Spokane Environmental Groups Alarmed by Coal Trains

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - Environmental groups in the Spokane area are upset with proposals that could see dozens of trains loaded with coal destined for the Far East move through the city every day.

Hospital Board Recieves Third Straight No-Adjustment Audit Report

No news was good news at a Sheridan Memorial Hospital regular board meeting Wednesday afternoon, after certified accountant Jerrel Tucker of Fresno-based auditing firm TCA Partners gave a positive annual audit report to the board.

Blue Ribbon Day: Wyo. Dept of Education to Present Big Horn High School with Award

Big Horn High School will celebrate its recognition as a Blue Ribbon School on Monday, October 31st with activities all day, including an official award presentation from the Wyoming Department of Education.

NWCCD Hopes for Capital Construction Funding in Governor's Budget

Presidents from the seven community college districts in Wyoming will meet with Governor Matt Mead next week, and Sheridan College will be looking for capital construction funding, specifically campus renovation projects.

Committee Finds Money for Wyoming Highways

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - An interim legislative panel is sponsoring legislation that would boost highway funding by more than $40 million.

Police: 9-year-old Drove for Drinking Dad

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Florida authorities have charged a Wyoming man with allowing his 9-year-old child to be a designated driver.

Gov. Mead Comments on CREG Report

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, in a media release from his office concerning the latest forecast from the Wyoming Consensus Revenue Estimating Group, says the forecast of state revenue flows flattening out calls for the state to be careful with its spending.

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