Archive - Jun 27, 2019 - News

Hub Offers Walking Program

A walking program starts next month at The Hub on Smith Street. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

The Hub on Smith Street is teaming with Sheridan's YMCA to provide a way for people to stay health and active by walking.

Kirtley's Remains Arrive in Sheridan

The remains of Cpl. DeMaret Marston Kirtley arrived in Sheridan Thursday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Accompanied by an honor guard and heralded by a flight of white doves, the remains of Cpl. DeMaret Marston Kirtley arrived at Kane Funeral Home Thursday afternoon.

Falls Can Happen to Anyone

Falls can happen to anyone, but age increases the risk, according to Dr. Rita Cherni-Smith. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Falls can happen to anyone – but age increases the risk, according to Dr. Rita Cherni-Smith.

JCHC Board Supports Rural Health's Study Application

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center spoke with representatives from the Rural Health Care District during their Wednesday meeting, concerning the district's application to the state for a needs assessment of the county's ambulance services.

NPIRA Rodeo Performs in Buffalo This Weekend

The 2nd Annual Medicine Wheel NPIRA Region Rodeo will be happening Friday and Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Commissioners Conduct Final Bill Pay, Work On Budget

Johnson County's Commissioners had their final bill pay on Wednesday, and also worked on the 2019-20 budget.

Don't Leave Your Dogs in the Car on Hot Days

For many dog owners, their furry best friends go with them whenever possible.

UW Comments on Lawsuit Over President Nichols Departure

Last week, several media outlets filed a lawsuit against the University of Wyoming and its Board of Trustees over the details of the decision to not renew the contract of President Laurie Nichols.

Wyoming agency sent resident details in unprotected email

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming state agency has sent an unencrypted email containing the private information of more than 2,000 residents.

The Casper Star-Tribune reported Wednesday that an employee with the state Department of Health's Aging Division accidentally sent the unprotected message.

Oil and gas companies: No immediate plans for Wyoming field

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Oil and gas leaseholders say they have no immediate plans to expand operations on the Moneta Divide field in central Wyoming.