Archive - 2013 - News

July 15th

A Busy Past Few Days for Local Law Enforcement

A Busy Past Few Days for Local Law Enforcement

With the 2013 Sheridan WYO Rodeo and the thousands of visitors it brought now behind us, the crime figures are in. The Sheridan Police Department says overall, considering the amount of people that were downtown, things went fairly smoothly.

Would We Want Greeley, Scottsbluff and Idaho Falls as Parts of Wyoming?

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Bill Sniffin
One of the fun things about writing newspaper columns is speculating on things that sound interesting – but will never happen.

Illinois Street Rezone Up for Consideration

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan City Council will be considering a request from First Federal Savings Bank to rezone two residential properties owned by the bank that are located just south of their location on Coffeen Avenue.

July 14th

The Poll Question of the Week

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The immigration bill is slowing making its way through Congress. A hot button for some, the immigration bill has a lot of hurtles to overcome. The Senate has done its part, passing a bill by an overwhelming margin. Now, it's up to the House.

Holy Name Hosts a Family Fun Fest

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Holy Name hosted its 2nd annual “Family Fun Fest,” Friday after the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Parade. The highlight of the Fun Fest was the free water park held adjacent to the school.

Indian Art Market

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An Indian Art and Craft Market was held over the weekend in the parking lot of the Sage Art Center. Although, there were only two booths, what was on hand, was beautiful.

It's Farmer's Market Time

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photo by Judy Hagerott

Looking for good, quality fruits and vegetables at a fair price, well, look no longer. Fresh produce is available, every Saturday, during the growing season, off the parking lot at Landon's Greenhouse.

Buffalo Council Gets Report Of Problem At Waste Water Plant

Buffalo's waste water treatment plant

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council heard a report of another problem at their relatively new waste water treatment plant.

WYO Rodeo a Significant Boost for the Local Economy

WYO Rodeo a Significant Boost for the Local Economy (Photo by Chris Foy)

As the thousands of visitors lined up for the annual WYO Rodeo in Sheridan, CEO of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, Dixie Johnson, says the local economy sees an incredible boost.

Buffalo Senior Center Dog Show Awards Top Three Canines

Dog Show winner 'Sonny' and owner Celeste Friese.

The Second Annual Buffalo Senior Center Dog Show, which was offered this past Saturday at Washington Park, awarded three top dogs out of a total of almost 30 dogs entered into the competition.