Archive

September 26th, 2011

Still No Decision On Engineer From Buffalo Council

Buffalo's City Council again discussed the possibility of a joint city/county engineer position at their last meeting, but made no decision either way on the matter.

September 25th

Putting Your Garden to Bed

Posted in
Karen Nicolarsen giving a demonstration on how to divide perennials.

Serving cookies and milk on a balmy Saturday afternoon could be an enticement to take a nap, but not so, when perennial expert, Karen Nicolarsen took the floor at Landon's Greenhouse.

Hailee

Posted in
Penny Zeller visits with ten year-old fan Isabella Dickinson.

Saturday, Sheridan Stationery hosted a book signing for Sheridan author Penny Zeller. She was there promoting her novel, “Hailee” the last in the Montana Skies Trilogy, a Christian historical romance series.

Health Fair 2011

Posted in

Saturday, hundreds took advantage of the 40-plus educational and health screening booths on display at this year's Sheridan County Health Fair.

Holy Name Chili Supper and Carnival

Posted in
Four year-old Jonathan Jolley, son of Jordan Guyer, takes aim during the bean bag throw

Saturday was the 76th annual chili supper and carnival for Holy Name School. A fundraiser for the school, P.T.O. President Michelle Meehan explains.

A New Vet in Town

Posted in
Candice Carden with 'Blaze,' a North Dakota horse recuperating after surgery from a broken leg.

The Sheridan Equine Hospital held an open house Saturday for two purposes. One...to introduce their newest vet, Dr. Candice Carden and two...to show their continued support for Sheridan College's upcoming Equine Program.

Buffalo High School Homecoming Week Schedule

Buffalo High School's Homecoming week is September 25-30.
Here is a list of scheduled events:

Report: Excessive Electronic Use a Cause of Sleep Deprivation in Kids

(WYOMING NEWS SERVICE) -- The average child and teen in Wyoming spends eight hours per day on the computer, on their cell phone or playing video games or watching television, says a report from the National Wildlife Federation.

Some Say More Info Needed Before More Western Land Opened to Mining

(WYOMING NEWS SERVICE) -- More information is needed before Congress makes decisions in regard to opening up more federal land in Wyoming and other Western states to mining and drilling, two western democratic congressmen say.

September 24th

Sheridan's Payton Brilz Churns Up the Water

Sheridan sophomore Payton Brilz churned up the water at the Sheridan Invite on Saturday taking 7th in the 200 Freestyle, 5th in the 100 Freestyle and 4th with her teammates in the 100 & 400 Relays.