Archive - May 2011 - News

May 6th

Wag-a-Tail Fundraiser for Dog and Cat Shelter is Next Weekend

Seventh grader Avery McCurry from Big Horn Middle School displays her winning drawing of the logo for the Dog & Cat Shelter's Wag-a-Tail Walk and Run. (Courtesy Photo)

The Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan will be holding a fundraiser Saturday May, 14th at the Powder Horn. Shelter Executive Director Cel Hope explains the details of the event.

Senator Enzi Questions Health Care Savings Numbers

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi

During a hearing this week on improving health quality and patient safety, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, a Ranking Member on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, questioned claims made by the Administration on health care savings.

Governor Mead Objects to New Endangered Species Policy

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) – Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says the Obama administration is taking a serious misstep with a decision that could mean wider protection for endangered species. The U.S.

Tourism Week Kicks Off in Buffalo Saturday

Wyoming Travel and Tourism Week begins Saturday, especially in the five pilot communities chosen to host festivities, including Buffalo.

May 5th

Advocacy & Resource Center: Volunteers Needed

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Volunteers are needed in several areas at the Advocacy & Resource Center in Sheridan.

The Advocacy and Resource Center has put out a call for several areas of volunteering. The most critical need, says Director Bonnie Young, is the Crisis Line.

Dayton East Road Closure May 9th

Sheridan County Planner Ken Muller

The Sheridan County Commission has authorized work to be done Monday, May 9th on County Road 102, also known as the Dayton East Road, 1.2 miles east of the Town of Dayton.

City of Sheridan Looks to Expand Pathways This Year

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The City of Sheridan will do some extensive work ont he pathway through South Park this year.

Expanding the pathways north and south is something that the City of Sheridan will continue to work on this summer.

Buffalo Assessment Finds Strengths, Weaknesses

The Buffalo Community Assessment took place Wednesday and Thursday, and concluded with a public meeting where the findings of the assessment team were shared.

City Approves Amendment to JPB Agreement

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The Buffalo City Council voted to approve an amendment to the Joint Powers Board Agreement, after discussions at their meeting Tuesday night.

Jim Gatchell Museum Opens Saturday For Season

Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will celebrate their Grand Opening for 2011 this Saturday, May 7th with free admission, free refreshments, sales on items in the gift shop, and new exhibits.