Archive - 2013 - News

December 5th

Pet Safety in the Cold

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The extreme cold spell that has hit the area this week is expected to last until the early part of next week. The below zero temps not only pose a danger to humans, but animals, in particular, our pets, are at risk as well.

Community Holiday Dinner Still Needs Volunteers

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The 23rd annual Community Holiday Dinner will take place this Sunday from 4 to 7 pm at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Last year over 1,200 people were served during the event.

Project to Use Gaming and Robotics to Boost Math Learning

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(Photo Courtesy of the UW)

Researchers with the University of Wyoming have received a $1.2 million grant to study if gaming and robotics can be used to teach culturally sensitive computational thinking skills to middle school students. Jaqueline Leonard directs the university’s Science and Mathematics Teaching Center.

Sheridan College Presents 'Charlie Brown Christmas'

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The Sheridan College Jazz Combo and Sheridan County Children's Chorale will unite in a live performance of music from “A Charlie Brown Christmas” during a screening of the feature film next week. Performances will be at 7 Friday evening, Dec. 13, and at 2 and 7 on Saturday, Dec.

December 5th

Johnson County approves WyDOT easement

The Wyoming Department of Transportation wants an easement for equipment to be placed on county-owned land at the intersection of Fort and Main Streets in Buffalo.

Preview 2 of a busy Buffalo weekend

Today: Shopping Showcase, Children's Bazaar, Gingerbread Fun

Over the next few days we will be looking at the happenings this weekend in Buffalo. Saturday features the annual Chili Feed and Christmas Parade, but much, much more is going on as well.

Buffalo to purchase vacuum truck

At their Tuesday meeting the Buffalo City Council approved a request from City Works Director Les Hook to purchase a vacuum truck.

Hospital Working on Cutting Supply Costs

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During the monthly meeting of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees Wednesday, Chief Human Resources Officer Len Gross gave a presentation that outlined various methods the hospital is using to cut supply costs.

Holiday Open House at Trail End Historic Site

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(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The Trail End Guilds has once again transformed the Trail End State Historic Site to reflect the season, as the annual Holiday Open House will take place this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

SPAC Announces Sheridan's Best On-Loan Sculpture

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A little over a couple of weeks ago, the Sheridan Public Arts Committee commissioned Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey and members of the Sheridan City Council to vote on their favorite on-loan sculpture from the 2013 program.