Archive - Nov 2011 - News

November 4th

SEEDA Approves Operating Agreement With First Light

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The Sheridan Educational and Economic Development Authority met earlier this week for their regularly scheduled board meeting. While the lease agreement with First Light Inc.

Joyce Duvall Medical Expenses Benefit is Saturday

Family and friends of Joyce Duvall will hold a benefit event this Saturday evening to help defray costs of her chemotherapy.

'Fuddy Meers' Opens Tonight at Carriage House Theatre

The Sheridan Civic Theatre Guild's rendition of “Fuddy Meers” - a comedy by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire - will show Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm in the Carriage House Theatre.

November 3rd

St. Luke's Bazaar/Bake Sale Saturday in Buffalo

St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo will be having their annual Bazaar and Bake Sale this Saturday at the church, located at 615 N. Burritt from 9 am until 2 pm.

Bid Opening for Cemetery Road Pathway Today in Buffalo

Bids for Buffalo's Cemetery Road Pathway project will be opened Friday afternoon at City Hall.

Buffalo Police To Begin Deer Harvests Soon

This year, the Buffalo Police Department will again be harvesting deer in the city limits to help reduce numbers in the city, to reduce damage caused by the animals and to help stock the local food pantry.

Priority Setting Meeting

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The Sheridan College Main Street campus was the site for a Priority Setting meeting held by the Center for a Vital Community and the Wyoming Rural Development Council Thursday evening.

Motion for Severance Denied in Paumer Case

A Severance Motion in the case against alleged embezzler Camie Paumer of Clearmont was denied Thursday in 4th Judicial District Court.

'Gasland' Director to Speak at PRBRC Annual Meeting

The Powder River Basin Resource Council will hold their 39th Annual Meeting Saturday, November 5th with keynote speaker Josh Fox, creator of the film "Gasland".

Safer Routes: SJHS to Kendrick Park

More than twenty people attended a ribbon cutting along with students from Sheridan Junior High School on Thursday, recognizing the new lighting additions to the pathway that connects Kendrick Park and the junior high.