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July 25th, 2011

Public Pulse - Monday 07/25/11

"Dayton Days" / Joey's Flyfishing Foundation

Public Pulse - Thursday 07/21/11

Sheridan College /Wellness Council

Poll Question: With the Ongoing Issue of the Lockout, Do You Think There Will be an NFL Season?

As the four-month NFL lockout crept closer to the first scheduled preseason game on August 7, the ordeal had many wondering the fate of the upcoming NFL season.

SEEDA and SQCCI Boards to Possibly Meet

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SEEDA and SQCCI Boards to Possibly Meet

The Sheridan Economic and Education Development Authority is still in the process of soliciting proposals for a future tenant of the vacant Hand in Hand Childcare facility in Sheridan. Sheridan College President and SEEDA Chairman Dr.

SHERIDAN 9-10 LITTLE LEAGUE DISTRICT CHAMPS

The Sheridan Calvary 9-10 Year Old Little League All-Stars. They won the District Championship in Laramie on Friday beating Laramie 23-19 in the championship game.

They were down 19-11 going into the bottom of the 4th inning. The Calvary scored 12 runs in the inning and went on for the win.

Front Row: Ayden Roush, Liam Shannon, Kellen Mentock, Jaron Brewer Quinn McCafferty

Middle Row: Kade Eisele, Seth Mullinax, Jaxon Parker, Jacob Boint, Hunter Weiss

“On the Foundation” Habitat Fundraiser is Friday

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“On the Foundation” Habitat Fundraiser is Friday

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns will be holding a unique fundraiser this Friday, July 29th. Habitat Executive Director Jessica Lindsley explains that the event will be held on South Thurmond Avenue in Sheridan.

South Gateway Building Project Bid Approved

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South Gateway Building Project Bid Approved

The City of Sheridan recently awarded the bid for the South Gateway Building project to KWN Construction in the amount of $177,000. The building, probably better knows as the old Maverick store on the corner of Main and Coffeen will be the future home of the Downtown Sheridan Association.

NABO Events Bring Thousands to Buffalo

Basque dancers perform during the parade Saturday in Buffalo.

Everything Basque was celebrated this past weekend as NABO, the North American Basque Organizations, held their annual convention and festival in Buffalo.

Buffalo Council Approves Purchase of New Police Vehicle

Buffalo Police Chief Mike Chapman

The Buffalo Police Department will be receiving a new vehicle after the City Council approved a bid for a 2011 Ford Expedition and a bid for installing the necessary equipment, for a total of $41,577.68.