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April 28th, 2012

New Program to Expand Agriculture at Sheridan College

Lacey Fisher (left) and Berva Brock (center) listen to Sheridan College Food Science Instructor, Connie Fisk (right) explain the processing steps for wheat to be made into flour and how much of the fiber and nutrients are removed during processing. (Photo Courtesy of Sheridan College)

Starting this fall, students at Sheridan College will have the opportunity to study sustainable food systems with new courses that include food, ethics, and sustainability and exploring sustainability in agriculture.

Burns: No Invasive Aquatic Species Statewide

Sheridan County State Legislator Bruce Burns said the Invasive Aquatic Species control program in Wyoming has been a resounding success.

Buffalo Community Choir Presents 'Who We Are' Sunday

This Sunday the Buffalo Community Choir will present their second annual spring concert entitled “Who We Are,” at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

Company Plugs Blown Gas Well

Workers at a blown oil well in eastern Wyoming have capped an eruption of potentially explosive natural gas by pumping mud into the well.

April 27th

Arbor Day Celebration at Meadowlark

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Arbor Day Celebration at Meadowlark

Officials with the City of Sheridan, Wyoming Game and Fish, the State Forestry Division and the University of Wyoming Extension Office hosted a tree planting ceremony Friday at the new Meadowlark Elementary School in honor of Arbor Friday.

Free Landfill Weekends Underway at Sheridan Landfill

Free Landfill Weekends Underway at Sheridan Landfill

The City of Sheridan has announced that in an effort to help keep the community clean and beautiful, they are offering two free weekends at the City Landfill. Administrative Assistant Darla Franklin gives us the details.

Game and Fish Keeps Short Grouse Season

The Wyoming Game and Fish determined Sheridan will have a three-day sage grouse hunt this fall, despite a proposal to cancel the season.

Gvt. Backs Off New Limits On Child Farm Labor

Under heavy pressure from farm groups, the Obama administration is dropping an effort to prevent children from doing hazardous work on farms owned by anyone other than their parents.

Minor Injuries In Crash On Klondike Drive In Buffalo Friday

A two-vehicle crash on Klondike Drive in Buffalo Friday afternoon resulted in minor injuries to the drivers.

Get Ready to Give Back Unused Prescriptions

Give Back Unused Prescriptions Today

Sheridan residents have an opportunity today to safely dispose of unneeded prescription medications with no questions asked.