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February 27th, 2012

Buffalo's Feature In This Old House Appears On-line

Buffalo's feature in This Old House Magazine has been posted on-line and will appear in next month's magazine as well, according to Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis.

Kaycee BB Teams Qualify For State, Bison Crowned Champs

Kaycee's boys' and girls' basketball teams were at the 1A Northeast Regional Tournament this past weekend and both qualified for the State Tournament this Friday and Saturday in Casper.
The boys qualified through the loser's bracket, winning the Consolation Championship and will take a 3-seed into the tournament.
The girls remained unbeaten until the championship game where they fell to Lingle-Ft.Laramie. They will have a 2-seed at State.
In other basketball action, the Buffalo boys beat Glenrock at home Friday 64-50 and the girls downed the Lady Herders 47-33.

February 27th

Habitat for Humanity Celebration

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Saturday night over 200 people filled the 3rd story floor of the Old Press Building on Main Street in Sheridan to support a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Big Horns.

Pink Flamingo Fundraiser

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Friday night it was girls' night out as Family Planning of the Big Horns held their 8th annual Pink Flamingo Fundraiser. Held at the Exhibit Hall at the fairgrounds, Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott joined the party and brings us this story.

Green House Living Grand Opening Sunday

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Sunday was the grand opening celebration for Green House Living for Sheridan, a first of its kind facility in the nation for elder care.

Lady Bronc Volleyball Team Shows Off New Banner

During halftime of the Friday night Sheridan - Gillette Basketball game the "Wyoming State 4A 2011 Volleyball Champions" banner was presented to a well deserving team - The Lady Broncs of Sheridan.

Wyoming Waiters Underpaid?

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WY NEWS SERVICE -- A new study says that Wyoming restaurant workers may be underpaid.

City of Sheridan to Apply for Railroad Corridor Study Grant

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City of Sheridan to Apply for Railroad Corridor Study Grant

The City of Sheridan will move forward with plans to conduct an analysis study on the railroad corridor in Sheridan. The City Council recently granted approval to have City staff submit a planning and technical assistance grant to the Wyoming Business Council for $50,000.

February 26th

Thickman Accepts Governor's Art Award

During a ceremony in Cheyenne Friday night Dr. Seymour Thickman of Sheridan was one of four to accept a Governor's Art Award.

Governor Mead in D.C. for NGA Winter Meeting

Governor Mead in D.C. for NGA Winter Meeting

Governor Matt Mead is in Washington, DC to participate in the National Governors Association Winter Meeting. Governor Mead will be co-chairing the Special Committee on Homeland Security and Public Safety session. He will also continue his service on the Council of Governors.