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March 21st, 2011

Buffalo All-Years Reunion Needs Volunteers

A number of Buffalo High School Alumni are planning an all-years reunion this summer, and are looking for people to help organize events, come up with ideas for events, or to just get the word out on the reunion.

North Main Project to Affect Traffic on 5th Street

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WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell

Motorists traveling eastbound on 5th Street will be a bit inconvenienced beginning today due to work on the WYDOT North Main Reconstruction project. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell explains what's happening.

Poll Question: Federal Funding of National Public Radio

Will NPR continue to receive federal funding? It's now up to the U.S. Senate to determine.

Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives made a St. Patrick's Day vote Thursday to end federal funding of National Public Radio, or NPR.

Sheridan City Council to Address Grant Applications and Rezone Request

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The Sheridan City Council will meet for their final meeting of March this evening, and a couple of grant applications will be addressed first and foremost says Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

Buffalo Council Approves Variance for City Water

The Buffalo City Council, at their meeting last week, approved a variance agreement to provide city water to a county resident on Fairgrounds Road.

March 20th

Open Mic/Concert A Tad Bit Worrisome

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Paul French of "Into Eclipse."

It was the third Open Mic slash Concert hosted by the Social Factory.  Held at the Sheridan Inn Saturday night, the venue is meant as a way for local bands and other folks to showcase their talent.  Speakers and microphones are set up and audience members are given the opportunity to perform.

The Black and Blue Brawl

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Roller Derby Exhibition at Scotty's.

It was a push come to shove match on wheels as an exhibition match of Women’s Roller Derby came to Sheridan Saturday night.  “Scary Keri” from the Billings Roller Derby Dames gives us a basics.

The Battle for the Right PH

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Karen Nicolarsen speaking on "How to Make Wyoming's Soil Better."

The warmer weather is teasing many gardeners who are itching to get their hands in the dirt.  A few more weeks and the rush will be on to get the gardens planted and the flowers potted, but the right soil determines just how successful those plans will be.

SC President Explains Next Step in Academic Center Process

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Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

This past legislative session was indeed a good one for Sheridan College, as legislators approved $7.5 million dollars for the construction of an Academic Center to be built on campus. Sheridan College President Dr.

Cancer Survivor: Get Tested

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month heightens message of getting colon screenings. Early detection can save your life.

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Casper, WY – The month of March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. The American Cancer Society is reporting some good news – colorectal cancer incidence and mortality rates have declined significantly over the past decade, because of early detection and better treatments.