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March 13th, 2013

Wednesday 03-13-13

Wyo Theater / Richard Wright w/Sheridan Recreation District-Spring program

Food Waste Hurts Families, Ecosystems

Wyoming families throw away approximately 20 pounds of food each month. Jan Foley, with the Institute on the Environment, says Americans,can do a lot to stop wasting food, like keep a close eye on expiration dates and plan menus carefully.

March 12th

MORE WITH SHS AD DON JULIAN / POKES WIN MWC TOURNEY OPENER

SHS ACTIVITIES - We continue our visit today with Sheridan high school Activities Director Don Julian.

Julian says their is a hard working group of coaches that work with the youth at Sheridan high school and right now the whole staff remains strong.

And he says spring season is in full swing and the students are doing a good job of getting themselves ready to compete.

And finally today things to watch for coming up in the 2013-14 sports season beginning in the fall.

Balanced Pokes Down Nevada in MW First Round, 85-81

LAS VEGAS (March 11, 2013) – Sophomore forward Larry Nance Jr.’s 19 points paced four Cowboys in double figures to help the University of Wyoming men’s basketball team earn an 85-81 first-round victory over Nevada at the Mountain West Championships on Tuesday in the Thomas & Mack Center. After trailing by four at halftime, the Pokes (19-12) opened the second half with a 19-4 run to build a double-digit lead and held off the Wolf Pack (12-19) down the stretch.

Khen Rinpoche to Visit Sheridan

Sheridan has a special guest visiting on Sunday and Monday. He's a Tibetan Buddhist monk who began his monastic life at the age of seven, and most recently was the head of a monastery in southern India.

State Water Supply and Snowpack Remain Below Normal

The National Weather Service has released the latest water supply outlook and snowpack report for Wyoming. The report shows that much of the state remains below average.

Speakeasy Party a Week From Saturday

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Kendrick Mansion, located on the grounds of the Trail End Historic Site in Sheridan is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details about the upcoming kickoff to the anniversary celebration.

Its the Ability, Not the Disability

There has already been several events locally recognizing March as National Disability Awareness Month, with a statewide walk yet to come later this month in Sheridan.

Planning Commission Recommends Final Plat for Poplar Grove Planned Unit Development

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Planning Commission Recommends Final Plat for Poplar Grove Planned Unit Development (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan Planning Commission Monday unanimously recommended the approval of phase two of development for the Poplar Grove Planned Unit Development. The development is located in northeast Sheridan, just northwest of Skeels Street and Aspen Trail - and spans 32 acres in its entirety.

Sen. Enzi: President Taking 'Worst First Approach' to Spending Cuts

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Sen. Enzi: President Taking 'Worst First Approach' to Spending Cuts (Photo by Chris Foy)

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, sat down and spoke to some questions and comments of his constituents about the current federal spending cuts that took effect at the start of this month.