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Students Present Funds to Welch Center

Sheridan High School students presented $2,000 in checks to Sheridan Memorial Hospital's Welch Cancer Center during a meeting of the hospital board Wednesday night.

Ben Franklin Hosts Business Before Hours

Next year, Sheridan's Ben Franklin Ace Hardware store will join a handful of other businesses that have been members of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce for 50 or more years.

City of Sheridan Discusses Needs, Wants and Projects With Legislators

During the Legislative Forum Tuesday in Sheridan, state legislators heard from local government, school districts and other organizations speaking that were requesting funds, discussing issues, or asking them to address legislation in the upcoming session that begins in January.

JCHC Department Heads Report Busy Facility, Full Staff

The Hospital Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center received positive news from Chief of Staff Dr. Blaine Ruby during their recent meeting.

Dr. Ruby said he saw no major problems in the facility, the clinic is fully staffed, and volume has been relatively good.

City of Buffalo Addressing Harmony Street Water Leak

An ongoing water leak issue on Harmony Street has been creating drainage issues and icy streets recently, and the City of Buffalo has been discussing the issue with a property owner where the leak is happening to get the leak repaired.

JCHC Board Votes To Go To Five Members

The Johnson County Hospital District Board of Trustees has voted to go to a five-member board, down from its current 6-member board, although no one will lose their current board position.

Experienced Entrepreneur Hired by UW

The University of Wyoming has hired a successful businessman who has personally founded multiple companies to serve as Chief Operating Officer for the school’s new Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. UW Vice President for Communications and Marketing Chad Baldwin,

Holiday Reminders for Pet Owners

Part of the enjoyment from the Christmas season for many is the explosion of decorations that it brings.

Police Suggest Code Red Information Update

Code Red is a virtual alert system that is used in Sheridan County to notify the public of emergency situations.

Grand Teton plan would trap or kill goats to help bighorns

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Spotting a mountain goat perched high on a cliff might thrill many of the millions of tourists who visit Grand Teton National Park every year, but park officials say it might be time for the agile, bearded animals to go.

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