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May 19th, 2012

Senior Center and Sheridan Artists Guild Receive Grants

Photo: Included in group photo participants of the Senior Center noon activities; also SJCF Directors Kim Love, Jerry Pilch, Ada Kirven, Senior Center Staff including Director Carmen Rideout, Rindy West and Nutritional Services.
Photo: Included in group photo are SJCF Director Kim Love; Edre Maier, Sage President; Sally Labore, Sage; SJCF Director Ada Kirven; Val Burgess, Sage; Tena Twite, Sage; and SJCF Director Jerry Pilch.

Both the Sheridan Senior Center and the Sheridan Artists Guild recently received grants from the Sheridan-Johnson Community Foundation, which is an affiliate of the Wyoming Community Foundation.

Coffeen Elementary Will Move To Highland Facility

Sheridan County School District #2 is winding down this academic year and getting ready for the fall semester.

Annular Solar Eclipse Is Today

If you were hoping to catch the solar eclipse today, do it safely at Sheridan College.

Buffalo Council Approves Budget Ordianance On First Reading

At their meeting Tuesday, Buffalo's City Council approved Ordinance No. 1357, the Annual Appropriation Bill for fiscal year ending June 30, 2013.

Lummis Tries For 2% Soda Ash Royalty

A bill aimed at keeping American soda ash competitive with a subsidized, synthetic version produced in China is advancing in Washington.

Health Dept. Raises Awarness Of Wildfire Smoke

The Wyoming Department of Health reminds residents that smoke from wildfires can cause health concerns.

One Goal not enough for the Lady Bison

The Buffalo Lady Bison got the first goal in their game against the Cody Fillies in the Championship game on Saturday. Buffalo's Teara Gass kicks the ball over the head of Cody's goalie Laurel Place where Lady Bison's Caley Stafford and Rileigh Olson meet up with the ball that Rileigh kicks in with her left foot. Scroll down to see the whole sequence.

Soccer - a game of inches on a huge field?

The Lady Broncs already knew that a soccer field is huge - today they found out a win on that huge field can come from just a few inches. Somewhere in this play near the goal a hand touches the ball setting up a penalty kick.

Sheridan Leaps KW - but loses shootout

Midway through a scoreless second half Sheridan's Jake Moore takes a high speed pass from Hunter Reece, breaks loose and heads directly toward the goal. As KW's goalie Connor Diller starts to pull in the ball Jake's speed limits his options too; running into the goalie or leaping over him. Jake went for the leap that he cleanly made as shown here. At the end of regulation it was still scoreless.

May 18th

Police, Fire, Municipal Court, All Have Reduced Budgets

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CIty of Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens

Friday's Sheridan City Council budget work session included reports from the Police and Fire Departments, as well as Municipal Court.