Archive - Mar 2011 - News

March 25th

Sheridan Media Story Goes International

A story published last month by Sheridan Media was subsequently picked up by an International parent company of a local entity that was featured.

Buffalo's CCMS To Host Music Festival

Clear Creek Middle School in Buffalo will host the Northeast District Junior High Solo and Ensemble Music Festival this Saturday, March 26th.

March 24th

“Fill an Empty Bowl” Fundraiser Raises $8,800

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Over 250 people attended the 3rd annual “Fill an Empty Bowl” fundraiser Wednesday night in Sheridan to benefit the Sheridan Community Shelter. Attendees received a bowl of soup in a hand-thrown bowl that they were able to take home with them at the end of the night.

Hospital Foundation Receives Pledge Toward Cancer Center

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At Wednesday's Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board meeting, a sizable Leadership Gift was presented to the Hospital Foundation. Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty explains.

Buffalo Police Apply For Speed Enforcement Grant

The Buffalo Police Department will apply for a Speed Enforcement Grant to help with enforcement of speed limits on city streets.

Buffalo Council OK's Earth/Arbor Day Celebration

Saturday, April 16th will be proclaimed Earth/Arbor Day in Buffalo, after the City Council approved a number of requests for celebrations downtown that day.

Senator Enzi Highlights Special Chamber Luncheon

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee hosted a special Chamber Luncheon Wednesday that featured U.S. Senator Mike Enzi as the Guest Speaker.

Big Summer Ahead for Sheridan County Sheriff's Deputy

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This summer will be a very eventful one for a certain Sheridan County Sheriff's Deputy. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter explains.

Rights and Responsibilities of Free Speech

Dr. John O'Malley gave a lecture at the C-Tel Presentation Hall at Sheridan College Wednesday evening entitled “The Ethics of the Spoken Word: the College, the Faculty, the Student". Dr. O'Malley is the Vice President of Lone Star Community College-Kingwood in Houston, TX.

Rec. Board Approves Fee Raises

The Sheridan Recreation District is currently working on their budget for fiscal year 2011-2012. In order to make up some of the losses that are incurred every season at the Kendrick Park Pool, the Rec. District Board of Trustees approved to raise the fees this summer.