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November 22nd, 2011

First Light Children's Center Announces Executive Director

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Ann Perkins has been named the Executive Director of the First Light Children's Center in Sheridan.

First Light Inc. has named Ann Perkins of Sheridan as its first executive director. Perkins began her duties this past Monday.

MORE Ministries Providing Holiday Outreach To Indian Reservations

M.O.R.E. Ministries is gearing up for their 3rd Annual Christmas Outreach which helps Wyoming and Montana Indian Reservations during the holiday season.

14th Annual Christmas Wish

Sheridan Media's 14th Annual Christmas Wish kicked off Monday, and wishes for those who may need a little help this holiday season will be accepted until December 9th.

Governor Mead Opposes Closure of Rural Post Offices

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In a news release Tuesday Governor Mead indicated his opposition to the closing of rural post offices in Wyoming. The post office at Leiter Wyoming shown here is among the 43 post offices in the state that the U.S.P.S. has listed for possible closure. Governor Mead noted that these closures would add 40-60 miles miles of driving for rural residents to get their mail, but that the U.S.P.S.

A Shower for the 4A Coach of the Year (updated)

The Wyoming Coaches Association has named Sheridan's Don Julian the Class 4A Coach of the Year. His name and that of Cheyenne East's Chad Goff are on the ballot for Wyoming Coach of the Year - the results of that ballot will be counted on December 6th.

Business Council Satisfied With First Light Proposal

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First Light Inc. will soon be the new tenants of the Hand in Hand building in Sheridan.

The Wyoming Business Council recently reviewed the proposal from First Light Inc. to be the future tenants of the Hand in Hand Childcare center in Sheridan.

US 14A Closed For Season

The 22-mile stretch of US 14A through the Big Horn Mountains closed Wednesday, according to the Wyoming Department of Transportation, a week earlier than its traditional winter closure on November 30th.

Wyo. Lawmakers Say Brace For Budget Cuts

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Top Wyoming lawmakers are directing state agencies to brace for possible budget cuts.

GENERALS AND LADY GENERALS PLAY AT HOME THIS WEEKEND

SHERIDAN COLLEGE BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals are 7-0 the Lady Generals are 6-1 as they are the host teams for this week's annual Sheridan Lions club Thanksgiving basketball classic at the Hoffman dome.

Four games will be play Friday and Saturday games will be played at 1:00, 3:00, 5:00 and 7:00 the Lady Generals will play at 5:00 and the Generals at 7:00 both days.

All day passes will be sold at the door proceeds go to the Sheridan Lions club for their local eye glasses program.

Buffalo Council Adopts Ordinances Amending City Code

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At their meeting last week, Buffalo's City Council introduced and approved on first reading two ordinances that will effectively re-write sections of City Code, modernizing wording and eliminating some outdated laws and adding some newer ones in the code book.