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April 15th, 2011

Should the effort to balance the federal budget be based on

The Bank of Sheridan
Just cuts in spending
56% (243 votes)
Just tax increases
2% (8 votes)
Both
38% (163 votes)
Other
5% (20 votes)
Total votes: 434

Jo Co YMCA Hosting Healthy Kids Day Saturday

Johnson County Family YMCA

Geared toward elementary-age kids and younger and their parents, the Johnson County Family YMCA will have their Healthy Kids Day This Saturday, April 16 at the “Y.”

Buffalo Going Green Day Saturday

Arbor Day April 29, 2011

Buffalo's Going Green Day, an Earth/Arbor Day celebration, will take place Saturday, April 16 in downtown Buffalo.

2011 WYOMING GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ALL-STARS

Kayla Woodward, 5-11, G/F, Sheridan

Brianna Smith, 5-8, G, Sheridan

Brodie Bennett, 5-6, G, Meeteetse

Shelby Garska, 5-9, G, Natrona County

Jordan Kelley, 5-10, G/F, Gillette

Brittany Lawson, 6-0, P, Cheyenne East

Stephanie Lee, 6-1, P, Natrona County

Dallas Shaw, 5-6, G, Buffalo

Meghan Sipe, 6-1, P, Cheyenne East

Danielle Skinner, 5-7, G, Cody

Shelby Stewart, 5-9, G, Glenrock

Coach: Frank McCarthy, Sheridan College.

Fair Board Approves Engineering and Survey Work

Fair Board Approves Engineering and Survey Work

The Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees continue to take steps in making improvements to the Fairgrounds as part of the Modernization Plan.

GENERALS SOPHOMORE SIGNS WITH BOISE STATE

The newest Boise state Bronco Jarrell Crayton.

Friends of the Library Hosts Author James Grady

Best-selling author James Grady will be the featured guest at tonight's Friends of the Library Author's Reception at the Fulmer Public Library in Sheridan.

The Sheridan County Friends of the Library will be hosting their annual Spring Author's Reception this evening at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library.

2011 LADY GENERALS VOLLEYBALL SIGNEES

Pictured from left to right: Abeje Carrington, De-Ann Smith, Gabrielle Kelly, Candace Tufaga, and Nikita Wickham.

Lineup Set for Ranchester Centennial Celebration

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The band Due West will be part of the Ranchester Centennial Celebration this summer.

The Town of Ranchester has released the lineup for their Centennial Celebration this summer. Events will begin Friday August 26th, with a teen dance and pet parade.