Archive - Feb 2011 - News

February 20th

Beat the Winter Blues Fund Raiser

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It was a full house as hundreds packed into the Exhibition Hall at the fairgrounds Saturday night, despite the winter storm that blew in for the “Beat the Winter Blues,” a fundraiser for the Dog and Cat Shelter.  The attendance went way beyond what Shelter Director Cel Hope expected or

Concept Developed for Ag Center Near Sheridan College

Sheridan College, Whitney Benefits and the University of Wyoming are in the process of exploring building an agricultural center south of Sheridan College on the 500-acre Adams Ranch property.

Sheridan City Council to Address Performing Arts Center Grant Application

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Last September the City of Sheridan in conjunction with Sheridan College and the WYO Theater submitted a grant application to the Wyoming Business Council for the expansion of the WYO Theater.

February 19th

Recreation District Approves Funds for Facility Update

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The Sheridan Recreation District has approved $7,200 in carry over funds to hire an engineering firm to conduct a building analysis on the Old Highland Park School.

Through With Chew Week Begins Today

Today marks the beginning of Through With Chew Week in Wyoming. Sheridan County Tobacco Prevention Coalition is getting the word out on the dangers of smokeless tobacco by providing special awareness kits to local health care providers and dentists.

BLN to Host Dinner Theater Fundraiser Saturday

The Business Leadership Network for Sheridan and Buffalo will be hosting a dinner theater and auction next Saturday night in Sheridan. BLN Director Georgia Huckeby explains that it will be a fun filled evening for those in attendance.

Tickets on Sale for Duck Race

The Buffalo Swim Club is selling raffle tickets for their annual duck race fundraiser. The race will be held April 30 in Clear Creek in Buffalo.

February 18th

"Give Kids a Smile" Day Coming Soon

The month of February has been designated as Children's Dental Health Awareness Month, and being a short month, the culmination will actually be Friday, March 4th.

Sheridan Delivers on the Promise

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The Historic Sheridan Inn was the place to be Friday evening if you wanted to rub shoulders with Annie Oakley, Buffalo Bill, present and past mayors, the County Commissioners and other dignitaries of our community, and it was a celebration.

State Departments Merge With Governor's Signature

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services has merged with the Department of Employment. Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed into law Senate File 120 Friday that officially re-organizes the two agencies into one.