Archive - Nov 2012 - News

November 27th

Wyoming Food Producers Court Foreign Markets

The Wyoming Business Council Agribusiness Division arranged a meeting between Wyoming food producers and buyers from Europe and Canada in hopes of stirring up some business overseas.

USFS Announces Open Season for Christmas Trees

If plastic boughs just won't satiate your Christmas bug, you're in luck. It's open season for Christmas trees in the Big Horn National Forest.

November 27th

Christmas Buttons, Reverse Bingo Tix At Buffalo Chamber

Angela Jarvis

Christmas Buttons and Reverse Bingo tickets are available through the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce but are going fast.

Buffalo Council Discusses Capital Improvements Plan

At a workshop Monday evening, the Buffalo City Council and many department heads met to discuss Capital Improvement Projects for this fiscal year and to plan for the next few years.

Annual Occidental Christmas Program Sunday In Buffalo

The sixteenth annual Occidental Christmas Program will be this Sunday, December 2nd at the Occidental Hotel in Buffalo.

International Firm Presents East 5th Street Corridor Plan

International Firm Presents East 5th Street Corridor Plan

Senior planner for AECOM, Cameron Gloss, presented a massive series of prospective changes Monday along the Fifth Street Corridor as part of a multi-agency plan.

City Council Holds Special Meeting to Authorize Grant Submission

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The Sheridan City Council Monday held a special meeting over the noon hour where they approved a resolution authorizing the Downtown Sheridan Association to apply for a planning grant through the Wyoming Business Council.

Festival of Trees is Thursday

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Festival of Trees is this Thursday in Sheridan. (Photo by Ron Richter)

The 20th annual Festival of Trees will take place this Thursday night in Sheridan at the Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall, which is a change from years past when it used to be held at the Holiday Inn. Special Olympics Area IV Coordinator Anita Badgett.

G&F Wants Your Help With Several Poaching Incidents

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(Photo Courtesy of the G&F)

The Wyoming Game and Fish is seeking information about four recent poaching incidents in Sheridan County. G&F Information Specialist Warren Mischke says that two of the incidents happened near Dayton, while the other two were near Sheridan.