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Sheridan PD Reports Counterfeit Currency Found in Sheridan

On September 16, 2020, the Sheridan Police Department received four (4) separate calls regarding counterfeit currency being passed to local businesses. The police department is actively investigating these cases and two (2) potential suspects have been identified, one (1) male and one (1) female. All of the cases involve counterfeit $50.00 bills. One (1) serial number is available...

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Buffalo PD Chief Carder Shares Views on Attacks on Law Enforcement

Being in law enforcement is rough in a lot of areas of the country, with officers being shot, threatened and entire departments being defunded in several cities. Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder weighed in on the issue during an interview with Big Horn Mountain Radio… Carder’s department was honored recently with a “BBQ for Blues”...

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Johnson County School Students Adjusting Well to COVID-19 Precautions

Marcy Schueler is Director of Marketing for Johnson County Healthcare Center but she also serves on the Johnson County School District’s Board of Trustees. With nearly a month of school semester in the books this fall, what’s her opinion of how the students and faculty are dealing with COVID-19 precautions?… Schueler spoke of the collaboration...

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Health Orders Extended, Restrictions on Indoor Contact Sports Lifted

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon has announced that Wyoming’s Public Health Orders have been extended an additional two weeks through Sept. 30. One change has been made to Order No. 1, which now permits indoor close-contact group activities and sports to occur in all settings. The Governor cited a desire to see the impacts of...

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Notification of Three Sheridan County Resident Deaths Attributed to COVID-19

The Wyoming Department of Health confirmed yesterday an additional three Sheridan County resident deaths associated with COVID-19. An older man died at home in early September from complications associated with COVID-19. An older man died in the hospital this month from complications associated with COVID-19. An older adult woman who was a Sheridan County resident...

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