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March 27th

Glow-in-the-Dark Zumba

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It was the first of its kind, at least for Sheridan.  Saturday afternoon was the first ever Zumba Black Light Glow-in-the Dark Master Class and over 50 Zumba enthusiasts went to Scotty’s Skate Castle to join in the two hour-long party.

Get Out and Shop Saturday

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Saturday was a day of shopping with local merchants, all under one roof, in the gym at Sheridan High School. 

Primarily a fundraiser for the P.E.O Sisterhood, coordinator Nadine explains the “Get Out and Shop” concept.

Chloe’s Closet to the Rescue

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For many young ladies, going to prom is a dream come true, but for some, the finances just aren’t there and those dreams are but disappointments. Saturday, Chloe’s Closet, the dream child of Ellen Goode-Neeson stepped in.

Head, Hands, Heart, and Health

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Call it the nice weather, the economic times, or an inexpensive fun-filled family event, but the annual 4-H Carnival held Saturday at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds can be deemed nothing but a success.

Senator Enzi: Health Care Law Absolutely Has to be Changed

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has been very vocal about his dislike of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obama Care. As far as if Enzi feels the health care law needs to
be reworked?

Sheridan Recreation District Rescinds State Loan

The Sheridan Recreation District recently received correspondence from the State regarding the status of a community center that the Recreation District was proposing to build several years ago. Recreation District Executive Director Richard Wright explains.

State Historical Society Seeking Nominations for Historic Preservation Awards

The Wyoming State Historical Society is seeking nominations for two prestigious Historic Preservation Awards. Historical Society Executive Secretary Linda Fabian says that one of the awards is in honor of a former treasurer of the Historical Society.

March 26th

Buffalo Council Approves Lot Split, Amendment

Resolution No. 1314, authorizing a lot split for property in the county was approved by the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting.

Reservation System Implemented for Tongue River State Park

Even though today's weather is still a bit winter-like, word from the Montana Fish & Wildlife is that reservations for twenty Montana State Park camping locations will be opening up in just a couple weeks.

Advisory Committee Looks at Future for Seniors

The Sheridan Senior Center Advisory Committee, which is comprised of SSC board members and members of the community, met with Community Builders, Inc. of Douglas Thursday afternoon.