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December 1st

SAGE Art Shows

A rose by Pat Trout

The Sheridan Artists Guild kicked off the holiday season with two art shows, one at Sheridan Fulmer Library and the other at the Main Street Gallery of Sheridan College.

Buffalo Company's Product Designated for Oil Spill Response

DUALZORB, a product manufactured by LBI Renewable of Buffalo was recently listed as one of 21 products to meet Environmental Protection Agency standards for use in oil spill response.

Buffalo Full of Holiday Events This Weekend

In addition to the chili feed and the parade downtown this weekend, there are numerous other happenings going on to help welcome in the Christmas Holiday.
The Buffalo Senior Center will offer their annual Holiday Bazaar Friday and Saturday.
Sally Frost, with the Senior Center, tells us more.

Annual Parade and Chili Feed Saturday in Buffalo

There are numerous events going on Friday and Saturday in Buffalo to kick off the Christmas Holiday Season, but the two main events will happen Saturday afternoon and evening.

Christmas Kids' Shop Offered Next Two Weekends

St Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo

This Saturday and Saturday, December 12, St. Luke's lutheran Church in Buffalo will be the site for the 15th Annual Christmas Kids' Shop.

Mead Releases Biennial Budget

Governor Mead Releases Biennial Budget

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says the current tough economic times make it critical for the state to continue to invest in state and local government infrastructure.

Representative Patton Attending NCSL Forum in Florida

Wyoming State Representative John Patton

State Representative John Patton has been in Tampa, Florida this week attending the National Conference of Legislatures Fall Forum.

Over a Million in Grant Requests From the City Approved by the State

City of Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson

The Wyoming Business Council met in Cheyenne today to review various grant applications from municipalities around the state. The City of Sheridan had two out the three projects approved for which they were requesting funding in the form of grants.

Kalif Shrine Annual Christmas Party Is Saturday

2010 Kalif Shrine Christmas Party. (Judy Hagerott photo)

Those who missed the chance to see Santa at the Stroll last weekend can attend the annual Kalif Shrine Kids Christmas Party on Saturday, December 3 at the Kalif Shrine Temple.

City Staff Continue to Look at Parking Ordinance

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City Staff Continue to Look at Parking Ordinance

At the direction of the Sheridan City Council, City staff has been reviewing the City's ordinance pertaining to curbside parking, with the possibility of increasing the regulations. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.