Archive - Sep 30, 2019 - News

JCHC Searching Options for New Mammography Machine

The Johnson County Healthcare Center is needing to replace their current mammography machine with a newer model, and are looking at options on how to raise funds for it.

Ambulance Needs Assessment Happening This Week

The consultant hired to perform the needs assessment for the county's ambulance services will be conducting interviews this week to gather information and opinions in the matter.

Public Health Offering Flu Clinic as Part of Training Exercise

Johnson County Public Health will be having an all-day flu clinic along with an emergency preparedness exercise on Wednesday, October 2nd.

KWYO Named Small Market Radio Station of the Year

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The National Association of Broadcasters is the premier advocacy association for America’s broadcasters. During the NAB Marconi Awards ceremony, held in Dallas, Texas this past week, KWYO was named the Small Market Radio Station of the Year.

Childcare Necessary for Business

Childcare is necessary for businesses not only in Sheridan and Wyoming but across the nation.

Hospice Training Set for This Month

Those interested in becoming hospice volunteers can attend hospice training this month.

Business Before Hours Event Canceled

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce's October Business Before Hours has been canceled.

Policy Advisor, Constituent Services Administrator Added to Governor’s Team

Two more staff members have joined Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon’s team according to a recent news release from his office. The first, Joe Budd, will serve as Policy Advisor with a focus on natural resources while Darlena Schlachter-Potter will oversee Constituent Services as Administrator.

Truck used by 2 escaped Wyoming inmates found

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LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming authorities have located an abandoned truck believed to have been commandeered by two inmates who escaped from a state prison camp.

The Laramie Boomerang reports that the stolen Ford pick-up truck was found dumped outside of a roofing company in Laramie on Monday.

Wyoming residents seek information on fatal police shooting

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Dozens of Wyoming residents have called for a release of information and gathered in remembrance of a man who witnesses say was fatally shot by a police officer.