Archive - Mar 2011 - News

March 4th

Reminder: Drivers Stop for School Buses

Motorists are reminded to slow down and then stop when school bus lights are flashing yellow to red. Also, stop for children crossing at crosswalks.

On the March 4th edition of the Jackson Electric Open Line, a caller phoned in to inquire why the crosswalk lights on Big Horn Avenue are currently in use since Meadowlark Elementary School on DeSmet has been torn down and the new school won't be finished for a number of months.

Bobcat Pelts Must by Registered Soon

Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds trappers and hunters that all bobcats harvested this season must be registered with the Game and Fish by 5 pm Friday March, 11th.

Wild West Wine Fest

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The "Kilt Man," Doug Bailey from Red Lodge, Montana.

Friday night was a chorus of good times, good friends, and great spirits at the 12th annual Wild West Wine Fest.  Now say that fast three times.

Stars of Tomorrow

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Division III winners: Heather Heath, Brynn Bateman, & Tate Bateman; Kody & Bree Laing; and Kenzi Wyant

For a performer, there couldn't have been a better audience and for the audience, they were thrilled with the talent on hand for the 50th
Kiwanis Club Stars of Tomorrow talent show held Friday night at the WYO Theater.

DSA Hosts Wine Festival

The annual Downtown Sheridan Association Wine Festival is Friday evening March 4th at the Historic Sheridan Inn.

The annual Downtown Sheridan Association Wine Festival welcomes guests tonight at the Historic Sheridan Inn. Spokesman Robby Smith says this is the major fundraiser of the year for the DSA.

March 3rd

Room Service Coming to Sheridan Memorial

Sheridan Memorial Hospital Executive Chef Andy Irion.

The renovation of the kitchen hood is nearly complete at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, which has allowed the kitchen to recently open back up for business.

The Everyday Woman Event

Women young and young-at-heart are invited to share coffee and fellowship at a free gathering March 5th.

The Sisters in Christ group invite area women to join them for a morning of fellowship, fun, laughter, encouragement and inspiration. A non-denominational organization, the “Everyday Woman: Ordinary to Extraordinary” presentation will take place Saturday, March 5th from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Governor's Closing Remarks to Legislature

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead addressing the House of Representatives during the last day of the 61st Legislative Session Thursday.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead gave his closing remarks during separate speeches to both the Senate and House of Representatives Thursday to close down the 61st session of the Legislature.

Clear Creek Fifth Graders Graduate D.A.R.E. Program

The D.A.R.E. assembly at Clear Creek School in Buffalo.

Buffalo's Clear Creek School hosted an assembly Wednesday for their fifth-graders to recognize and congratulate them on completing the Drug Abuse Resistance Education, or D.A.R.E., Program.

Sign Up Now For CASA Training

Patsy Jenkins at the Buffalo Office

Child Advocacy of the Bighorns is looking for those interested in becoming a CASA, Court-Appointed Special Advocate, for children in Sheridan and Johnson Counties.