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October 12th, 2011

WWDC Meeting to Examine Buffalo North End Water Line


There will be a meeting Thursday night in Buffalo to present the final proposal that will be submitted to the Wyoming Water Development Commission for approval of a water supply line in the northern section of Buffalo.

Affordable Housing in Buffalo's Future? Maybe...

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

If a local developer can get the approval of the planning commission and eventually the city council, more affordable housing in Buffalo may be on the horizon.

October 11th

Snapshot Day at the Library

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Tuesday was “Snapshot Day” at Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library and it's all about capturing what happens in a typical day at the library.

Debbie Iverson, program coordinator at the library, explains.

Advocacy & Resource Center is Looking for Volunteers

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Advocacy and Resource Center is looking for volunteers for its crisis hotline.

This is the time of year that the Advocacy and Resource Center in Sheridan begins to make their push for volunteers to help with their 24-hour crisis line.

Billings Veteran Stand Down Offers Homeless a Hand

Billings Veteran Stand Down Offers Homeless a Hand. (Photo Courtesy of VOA)

Volunteers of American Northern Rockies issued a media release Tuesday stating that the Billings Veteran Stand Down gave assistance and services to approximately 200 homeless Veterans on Tuesday.

Hospitality & Tourism Fall Summit 2011

Wyoming Office of Tourism Director Diane Shober

Day 1 of the Wyoming Hospitality and Tourism Fall Summit taking place at the Sheridan Holiday Inn consisted of, among other things, Wyoming Office of Tourism Director Diane Shober updating those in attendance on the current state of tourism in Wyoming.

Juvenile Justice Administrator Responds to Recent Report

The Sheridan County Juvenile Justice Office.

A recent report released by the child advocate group the Annie E. Casey Foundation was very harsh on Wyoming's juvenile justice system. The report indicated that Wyoming spent some $66 million last year incarcerating kids.

Ptolemy to Begin Data Center Construction, Groundbreaking Ceremony Thursday

A groundbreaking for Ptolemy Data Systems' 6,000 square foot data center will be held Thursday at the Wrench Ranch Hills Subdivision.

SJHS: Promoting Learning with In-Depth Curriculum,Teacher Collaboration

Sheridan Junior High School Principal Mitch Craft gave the SJHS yearly presentation to the SCSD2 Board of Trustees Monday night, emphasizing five strategies that define the culture of SJHS, which in turn produce academic results.

DSA Gets $3,000 Grant for Sheridan Railroad Historic District

From left, Bernard Spielman, SJCF Director; Bill Heide, Edre Maier, Jerry Pilch, SJCF Director; DSA Executive Director Stacie Coe, and DSA President John Smith. (DSA photo)

The Downtown Sheridan Association announced that they have received a $3,000 grant through the Wyoming Community Foundation, made possible by the Kim and Mary Kay Love Family Donor Advised Endowment and the Sheridan Area Opportunities funds.