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June 1st, 2011

Matt Perkins Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser is Saturday

The 4th annual Matt Perkins Memorial Scholarship fundraiser is this Saturday night in Sheridan.

The 4th Annual Matt Perkins Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser will be held this Saturday night in Sheridan. Th scholarship allows students from Sheridan High School to travel abroad.

Wild Bunch Luau Saturday in Buffalo

Angela Jarvis

The 9th Annual Wild Bunch Wyoming Luau is set for this Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Poll Question: Announcement of HiH Closure

On Monday, May 23rd, staff and parents of the Hand in Hand Early Childhood Center learned that the center will be closing this Friday, June 3rd. They were told abruptly by shocked staff members, without any members of the center's administrative board present.

Buffalo Council Approves YMCA, Baseball Requests

Buffalo City Council

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, approved a request, with conditions, for maintenance to be performed at the city-owned YMCA building.

May 31st

Crow Northern Cheyenne Indian Health Service Hospital Update 6/1/11

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Indian Health Services

The St. Vincent Mammogram bus will be at the Four Square Church this morning, June 1st, at 9 am. Patients with mammogram appointments need to report directly to the bus.

DON'T PUT YOUR X-COUNTRY SKIS AWAY YET

Photo Courtesy of Curt Schwamb / Black Mountain Nordic Club

This photo was taken by Curt Schwamb from the Black Mountain Nordic club at Sibley Lake Sunday.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 05/31/11

Buck Brannaman / Sheridan County Historic Mine Byway Project w/Colin Betzler

Two Brief Power Outages in Sheridan County

MDU crews restored power to residents in both Story and in south Sheridan Tuesday morning.

Residents in Story and the south end of Sheridan experienced loss of power briefly this morning, according to Montana-Dakota Utilities spokesman Mark Hanson.

TROOPERS WIN 2 OF 3 IN GILLETTE

SHERIDAN TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers played three games in Gillette before rained forced the cancellation games games Sunday and Monday.

The Troops opened the tournament with a 3-2 loss against Gillette but came back with victories over Jackson and Douglas.

The Troops are now 7-2 on the season will play a home double header with Douglas Friday evening the first game will start at 6:00 then they head to Rapid City for two on Sunday.

What Some Graduates Have Planned Now That They're Done With School

Now that the High School seniors in Sheridan County have graduated, we thought it would be fitting to find out what some recent graduates of Sheridan High School have planned for the immediate future.