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May 10th, 2011

Elephants = Circus in Town

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The Sheridan County Fairgrounds was the place to be Monday afternoon as the circus came to town - the Shrine Circus to be exact. For two hours is was one act after another that thrilled the crowd. The elephants are always a hit and during the intermission many youngster went for an elephant ride, had their faces painted or just ate cotton candy.

3 Sheridan Teams finish on top at the Snickers Cup

After 114 teams played 200 plus games on 22 fields over the course of two days - three Sheridan teams garnered Championship status. Shown here is the U14 Sheridan girls team that beat the Rushmore girls team 4 - 1.

City Adopts Budget Resolution at Special Meeting

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City Adopts Budget Resolution at Special Meeting

The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting Monday night where they passed a budget resolution directing staff to publish a Request for Proposals for ambulance services within the City.

Senior Center Needs Assessment Presentation

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Consultants presented the the preliminary report of the needs assessment for the Sheridan Senior Center Monday.

A little over four months ago the Sheridan Senior Center obtained the services Community Builders Inc. to conduct a needs assessment for the Senior Center.

Don't Tell My Parents

Teens will educate parents at the "Tell It to Me Straight" dinner May 17th at the Historic Sheridan. Free to the first 100 people to RSVP.

On Tuesday evening, May 17th, the Historic Sheridan Inn will be the venue for a "Tell it to Me Straight - Dinner Like No Other" event.

Keeping Big Government Out of Wyoming

U.S. Senator John Barrasso

While speaking at the recent Reagan Day Dinner, Governor Matt Mead reiterated that governmental policies aren't always in the best interests of Wyoming, and that he will continue to fight for what's right for the people of the Cowboy State.

Buffalo Luncheon Features Mental, Holistic Health

Rachel McCaughey, Buffalo Chamber of Commerce

The monthly Chamber Luncheon, sponsored by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be this Wednesday at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse Conference Room, beginning at noon.

Jo Co School Board Approves Preliminary Budget

Johnson County School Board

Monday night at the first of two meetings scheduled this month, the Johnson County School Board received a report on a preliminary budget for the 2011/2012 year.

Jo Co Commission Approves Bypass Agreement

The Johnson County Commissioners approved an easement agreement between themselves and a number of landowners on North Bypass Road.

May 9th

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER REGIONALS OPEN THURSDAY

LADY BRONC REGIONAL SOCCER - The Lady Bronc soccer team opens regional tournament play Thursday night in Casper.

The Lady Broncs play Cheyenne East in an elimination game at 6:00 the winner advances to the semi finals against Gillette and will play for seeding into the state tournament.

Head coach Tom Racette says the girls are playing well heading into the tournament.