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June 10th, 2011

Panel Advocates for Students with Disabilities

Julie Heil

The Federal Department of Education has required that all states have panels of people who are appointed to determine the unmet needs of students with disabilities.

Fair Board Discusses Foundation By-Laws

The Sheridan County Fair Board discussed the future of the Foundation Thursday.

The Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees held a quick meeting Thursday where they discussed possibly transferring some of their carry over funds at the end of the fiscal year into an account for the Foundation.

Buffalo Renews Contract with St. Francis Shelter

Adopt a friend from your local animal shelter.

The Buffalo City Council, at their meeting Tuesday, voted to approve the existing service agreement contract with St. Francis Animal Shelter for another year.

Celebrate the Arts is Underway

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"Easier than tying one," Len Gross of Sheridan works on his watercolor.

Thursday night kicked off the 10th Annual “Celebrate the Arts,” a three-day event where art is created and performed live. Last night's activities were held at the Historic Sheridan Inn.

CRC to Host Golf for a Cause Saturday in Buffalo

Golf for a cause in Buffalo Saturday.

The Buffalo Community Resource Center will hold its 2nd Annual "Golf for a Cause" event this Saturday at the Buffalo Golf Club. The tournament is a benefit for those battling cancer in the community, to help with expenses involved with treatment.

Bluegrass Camp Signup Deadline Nears

Bluegrass Camp For Kids Signup Deadline is Wednesday

The Bighorn Mountain Festival is still a month away, but for those wanting to learn more about the style of music and how to play and perform better, the deadline to get signed up for a kids musicians camp is near.

June 9th

Sheridan's not big enough for the both of us!

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Monster Trucks return to the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Saturday evening at 7:00 pm including "Razin Kane" shown here parked on Coffeen Avenue in front of the NAPA store. Joining Razin Kane will be Rockstar, California Kid and Stinger along with local drivers taking on the deep mud pit in mud drags.

A "living valentine" but not for you deer

As the common name suggests, bleeding heart plants, bear heart-shaped flowers such as these, from which a little "drop of blood" dangles at the bottom. Bleeding heart plants are perennials that can withstand the cold of the Sheridan area, grow 2 to 3 feet high and as the title suggests they are deer-resistant - perhaps because all parts of the plant are poisonous if ingested in large quantity.

Krenzelok Sentenced in District Court

Melvin Krenzelok was sentenced to 3 to 6 yeas in prison for Third Degree Sexual Assault.

Emotions ran high in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday as there were a good number of people on hand for the sentencing of 69-year-old Sheridan resident Melvin Krenzelok.

Paumer Arraigned in District Court

Cammie Paumer was arraigned in District Court Thursday.

Clearmont resident Cammie Paumer was arraigned in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday on a number of Felony charges stemming from her role in allegedly embezzling approximately $15,000 from the Hand in Hand Childcare Center in Sheridan.