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‘Hear It Right’. Hearing Health Matters. May 2023

May 27, 2023
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Hearing is a topic that’s often misunderstood and underestimated, yet plays a vital role in our lives every single day.  It’s an important subject that affects so many people, yet it’s not talked about nearly enough. Many of us take our hearing…

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Caregivers Need Care Too. May 2023

May 22, 2023
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Caregiving can be a challenging journey, filled with physical and emotional demands. Recognizing the need for a safe space where caregivers can find solace and support, the Buffalo Senior Center is launching this confidential support group. It’s an opportunity for…

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Hike for Hope. Taking Strides for Suicide Prevention. May 2-23

May 16, 2023
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Take strides to support suicide prevention.   Suicide has touched many many people in Johnson County.  Hike for Hope is a great time to come together for show it is an issue that you care about about build connections with…

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Rely on Medicaid? Changes Ahead. May 2023

May 2, 2023
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Medicaid is changing its enrollment requirements.  Thousands of Wyomingites stand to lose their Medicaid health insurance coverage if they don’t actively re-enroll each year.  Find out who is at risk and how to keep your coverage with Erik Saulness of…

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Aging – A Candid Conversation. Lorraine Steppe. April 2023

April 20, 2023
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The thought of getting older can be daunting. It can feel like there are so many obstacles and hurdles to overcome, from physical changes to mental health concerns or loss of independence.  Lorraine Steppe, a professional counselor, who is familiar…

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A Glimmer of Hope? Wyoming Suicide Crisis. Mar 2023

March 23, 2023
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Suicide is devastating.  Wyoming leads the nation per capita in deaths by suicide – nearly double that of the national average.  But there is a glimmer of hope.   Wyoming’s suicide rate fell in 2022.  Since Jan 2023 the 24-hour…

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The View from Cheyenne. Senator Kinskey Feb 8 2023

February 9, 2023
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Following a long week of tussling with budget issues, we catch up with Senator Dave Kinskey in Cheyenne.     Listen to his progress report on what comes next, and his metric for supporting legislative funding.  Tackling Wyoming’s high suicide…

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Senior Center Veteran’s Day Breakfast. Nov 10, 2022

November 11, 2022
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If you were not able to be there in person here is a chance to drop in on Buffalo Senior Center’s Veteran’s Day Breakfast event. Buffalo High School students participated in both song and service.   Governor Gordon had a direct…

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Struggling with Healthcare Insurance? Enroll Wyoming can help.

November 10, 2022
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With Open Enrollment opening up on  November 1st, 2022 and closing on January 15th, 2023 it’s the season when many of us should be looking at our health insurance plans and options.   Are you confused or overwhelmed about making…

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The new “F” word. Fentanyl. Sheriff Odenbach & Police Chief Bissett.

November 7, 2022
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The ‘F’ word – for Fentanyl – is one being talked about a lot.   Fentanyl is here in Johnson County.   What does that mean and what do you need to know?  Listen to Sheriff Rod Odenbach and Police…

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