Archive - Nov 4, 2016 - News

SCSD2 May Have Received Hepatitis A Affected Frozen Strawberries

The State Epidemiologist informed Sheridan County School District #2 yesterday that it may have received a shipment of frozen strawberries from Sysco Foods that were possibly affected by Hepatitis A.

Antique Roadshow Features 'Great Pieces'

Ken Heuermann, standing, talks to Roadshow attendees about the piece he's holding. At right are others who assessed the items brought to the event. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Sheridan Senior Center's Antique Roadshow Friday was a good event, accord to Ken Heuermann.

The Great Jack-O'-Lantern Contest Winner

“Duke Owlington” by Alexis Brown

Alexis Brown was our winner of the The Great Jack-O'-Lantern Contest with her Duke Owlington creation. Brown explains that the inspiration came to her during a bike ride.

The Ghosts of Wild Elections Past - Nationally and in Wyoming

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Wyoming’s State Capitol Building in Cheyenne is dressed for the holidays in this photo. But handouts may not be in order as lawmakers begin debating whether to eliminate some sales-tax exemptions. (Gregory Nickerson/WyoFile ) - Elections are a big deal: this is a democracy, after all. So no wonder they get wild.

Motions Filed in Treasurer’s Lawsuit Against Oversight Group

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In May of this year, Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon filed a lawsuit in Laramie County District court against the Capitol Building Rehabilitation and Restoration Oversight Group.

CVC and Senior Center to Host Dementia Meeting and Work Session Next Week

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The Center for a Vital Community at Sheridan College and the Sheridan Senior Center will be hosting a meeting and short work session for the five initiatives that came out of the “Creating a Dementia Friendly Community” Study Circles last fall.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Kathy Mattea Performs at the Wyo on Sunday

Kathy Mattea

Grammy Award winning singer Kathy Mattea and her longtime collaborator, guitarist Bill Cooley, have shared one of Nashville’s most musically rich partnerships for over two decades.

November 4th 'Poppy Day' In Buffalo

Friday, November 4th has been designated as the American Legion Auxiliary's “Poppy Day” in Buffalo, by proclamation from Mayor Mike Johnson, who made the announcement at this week's city council meeting.

Johnson County Library's Annual Fundraiser Tonight

Johnson County Library

The annual fundraiser for the Johnson County Library will be tonight at the library beginning with a reception at 6 o'clock.