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September 20th, 2012

Growlers for Growlers

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Growlers for Growlers Oktoberfest to benefit the Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan is Friday at Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan.

The Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan will be raising funds for the Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan Friday with the Growlers for Growlers Oktoberfest event at the Brewery. Shelter Executive Director Cel Hope.

Buffalo Council, Engineer Discuss Access At Greenleaf

At their meeting this week, the Buffalo City Council discussed a number of topics with City/County Engineer Wayne Hill, including the possibility of adding a secondary access into the Greenleaf Subdivision.

Habitat For Humanity Taking Apps For Next Buffalo House

Habitat For Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns/Buffalo is currently taking applications from families for their next Habitat House which will begin construction soon.

Applications will be accepted until October 5th, according to Nancy Orwig, volunteer with Habitat For Humanity in Buffalo.

Buffalo Mayor Proclaims Sunday As 'Family Day'

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

At the Buffalo City Council meeting this week, Mayor Randy Dyess read a proclamation designating this Sunday, September 24th as “Family Day-A Day To Eat Dinner With Your Children.”

AARP Hosts Workshop On Aging Brains

The American Association of Retired Persons plans to hold a free brain health workshop in Sheridan next week at the Holiday Inn.

No Growth on The Gilead Fire, Containment Inches Up

The Gilead Fire NW of Buffalo has not grown in the last 24 hours and still sits at 8,050 acres but containment has improved to 42%, according to the latest information from Incident Command this morning.

Rec District Considers Kendrick Pool Renovations

Approximately 20,000 people visited the outdoor pool in Kendrick Park this summer, even though it's due for renovations.

Kendrick Park Ice Cream Nets $13K for Rec District

The record-breaking heat wave of the summer was bad news for crops this year, but good news for the ice cream hut in Kendrick Park.

CVC Kicks Off Poverty Project Via Book Discussion

Sarah Sinclair moderates the Center for a Vital Community's book discussion concerning poverty issues in Sheridan. The CVC is accumulating community support to address local issues regarding poverty. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

The Center for a Vital Community at Sheridan College enjoyed a strong turnout of more than 50 participants for the kickoff to an ongoing community dialog about poverty.

September 19th

Meeting the Needs of Veteran Students

NWCCD Director of Veteran Services Brett Burtis. (Photo Courtesy of Sheridan College)

Earlier this week Sheridan Media reported that Sheridan College had been ranked among the top 15 percent of veteran friendly colleges in the nation.