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October 20th, 2011

Judge Grants Continuance in Case of Alleged Embezzler

Judge Grants Continuance in Case of Alleged Embezzler

Clearmont resident Camie Paumer, who's charged with allegedly embezzling $15,000 from the former Hand in Hand Childcare Center in Sheridan, appeared in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday.

18-Year-Old Sheridan Girl Receives Deferred Sentence on Drug Charges

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18-Year-Old Sheridan Girl Receives Deferred Sentence on Drug Charges

A noticeably different and overall healthier looking 18-year-old Aline McWilliams of Sheridan appeared before 4th Judicial District Court Judge John Fenn Thursday for the first time since he amended her bond in July, allowing her to attend three months of substance abuse treatment in Casper.

40 Acres

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The future site of the Sheridan College Large Animal Science Facility in the Wrench Ranch Hills Subdivision in north Sheridan. A special ceremony was held Thursday to announce Neltje's gift to the College of 40 acres of land valued at $1.2 million. The complete story can be viewed by clicking here.

SC Receives 40 Acre Gift From Neltje

A special ceremony was held Thursday where it was announced that Neltje has donated 40 acres of land to Sheridan College.

A special ceremony was held Thursday on the Wrench Ranch Hills Subdivision in north Sheridan where it was announced that Sheridan College has received a gift of 40 acres of land from Neltje.

2 Dozen Area Athletes Attend Fall Special Olympics Tourney

RENEW/Sheridan's Jeannie Ellinger emcees the kickoff event to the fall Special Olympics tourney in Casper. (Ace Young/RENEW)

About two dozen Sheridan-area athletes are participating in the fall Special Olympics tournament Thursday and Friday in Casper.

4th Raising Readers Bookfest and Feast is Saturday, Free This Year

Another Raising Readers Bookfest and Feast, the fourth annual, will take place Saturday morning from 8 to 11 am in Sheridan Junior High School gymnasium and cafeteria.

Study: Wolves Not Necessarily Equipped to Hunt Elk

Yellowstone National Park Service photo

(WY News Service) -- A new study finds that wolves may not be as threatening to elk as some may think. The study, conducted in Yellowstone National Park, finds that the animals are not necessarily built to hunt the large animals.

Buffalo Council Awards Crazy Woman Square Design

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, awarded the contract for the design of the Crazy Woman Square project to Hein/Bond Architects of Casper, at the request of City Planner Zach Montgomery.

Busy Weekend for Jo Co Athletes

Buffalo and Kaycee athletes will have another busy weekend starting on Friday as the volleyball, football and swim teams all competing.
In volleyball, the 1A East Tournament will get underway in Torrington with matches at the high school and middle school.
The winner of the 9am play-in match between Glendo and Midwest will then turn around and face number one seed in the east Kaycee at noon at the high school.
Number three seed Arvada-Clearmont will play Rock River beginning at noon at the middle school.

Buffalo Chamber Recognizes Community Members

Angela Jarvis

Buffalo's Chamber of Commerce hosted their monthly Chamber Luncheon on Wednesday to announce the recipients of this year's awards.