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Hospital Board Hears Life Flight Update

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty said a lot of behind-the-scenes work is happening to bring Wyoming Life Flight to Sheridan County.

Airport Manager: Sheridan's Problem is Nationwide

The last Great Lakes airplane flew out of the Sheridan County Airport at 4:18 Tuesday afternoon.

Senate Budget Resolution May Put Damper on EPA Rule

The U.S. Senate’s recently passed budget resolution includes language that may put a damper on a proposed EPA rule. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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County OKs Use Of Building For Radio Equipment

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly and Robert Garrison, representing the Buffalo Amateur Radio Klub (BARK) came before the county commissioners to explain who they are as a club, what they do, and to offer their services to the community in times of emergency.

Boy Scout To Work On City Hall Flagpole

A Local Boy Scout will be looking into erecting a new flagpole at City Hall, according City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades, who announced the tentative plan at the last city council meeting.

St. Francis Bake Sale Fundraiser This Weekend In Buffalo

The St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo will be having a bake sale fundraiser this Saturday afternoon in Buffalo.

The bake sale will feature tasty treats ranging from cookies to pastries to muffins and other baked goods, with the proceeds going to help offset the costs of veterinary care for the animals at the shelter.

A Look Back in Time: April 2, 1915

Stevens, Fryberger & Co. has the latest selection of stylish suits for men and young men. Choose from their large assortment of hand-made suits, just $16.50.

You May Owe Money to the IRS, April Fools

Since pranks may be in the wind today and people may be less guarded because of April Fool’s Day, a representative of the Better Business Bureau says watch out for scams, in particular, those made via phone calls.

Barr Pleads Guilty

A jury trial scheduled this morning in Sheridan district court for 41-year-old Christopher Barr of Sheridan came to a halt when he pleaded guilty to a charge of felony possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent.

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