Archive - Sep 2011 - News

September 12th

Buffalo Council Hears Update on Sewer Study

The Buffalo City Council got an update from Russell Engineering on its study on Buffalo's sewer system at last week's council meeting.

Red Hat Society Enjoys Buffalo Hospitality

The annual Red Hat Society's State Convention was held in Buffalo over the weekend, and the town's hospitality and events were a huge hit with the estimated 150 ladies in attendance from all over the region.

September 11th

Scratch and Sniff Fun Day

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It was a day devoted to dogs and their owners Saturday, at the 3rd annual “Scratch and Sniff Fun Day” held at Kendrick Park.

The event raised about $1,800 for the Sheridan County Dog and Cat Shelter.

A Dead Ringer of an Event

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It was the first of its kind Saturday as the Sheridan Jaycees hosted their first annual horseshoe tournament at Marshall Park.

Organizer Cathy Rosenthal explains it was fundraiser done with a great cause in mind.

Governor Mead: Invest in Wyoming Cities, Towns and Counties

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead continues to express his belief that now is the time to invest in Wyoming by sending money to cities, towns and counties. This is a priority that the Governor focused on during the last legislative session.

Ten Years Later Sheridan Media Reflects on 9/11, Share Your Stories With Us

Ten years ago today at 7:58 am the first plane hit the first World Trade Center tower in New York City. Whether close to the tragedy on the east coast or right here in Wyoming, most Americans felt close to the event in a way as everyone seems to remember where they were that morning.

September 10th

BOA Looking for a Fifth Member

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The City of Sheridan Board of Adjustments is comprised of five members from the community who serve on a volunteer basis.

Representative Lummis Applauds Jobs Frontier Report

U.S. Representative and Vice Chair of the Congressional Western Caucus Cynthia Lummis applauded the recently released Jobs Frontier Report.

Mead tells BLM to Balance Energy Development with Conservation in Bighorn Basin

Gov. Matt Mead, in a release from his office, responded to a Bureau of Land Management's plan to guide future management of federal lands and minerals in the Bighorn Basin with a letter that says energy development can be done in the area while still balancing that approach with conservation.

September 9th

Don't Despise Small Beginnings

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What began with an idea and some scribbling on a napkin, eighty-one year-old, Tom Gipson, from Granbury, Texas, took his idea to fruition with a one-of-a-kind roping chute.