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February 2nd, 2012

Buffalo Mayor: State Of the City Will Improve with Cooperation

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Buffalo's annual State of the City Address was presented at this month's Chamber Luncheon on Wednesday, to an estimated crowd of around fifty people.

St. Francis Animal Shelter Needs Board Members, Volunteers

Olin Turner

Buffalo's St. Francis Animal Shelter will have three openings this year for their shelter board, and are taking applications for those interested in volunteering their time and efforts.

February 1st

SCF Receives Gift From Uranium One

Donna Wichers with Uranium One and Sheridan College President Paul Young hold the big $50,000 check.

Uranium One, one of the world's largest publicly traded uranium producers based in Casper, presented a $50,000 check to the Sheridan College Foundation Wednesday.

Madden: Hedonic Wage Index Levels Playing Field

Sheridan County School District 1 among others in Wyoming have expressed disagreement with a potential shift in the formula used to determine how schools are compensated for cost of living.

It's Catholic Schools Week at Holy Name

Holy Name Catholic School along with others across the country is recognizing Catholic Schools Week this week. Principal Mary Legler sat down with Sheridan Media to talk about Sheridan's Catholic school.

Yellowstone Continues Work on Winter Use Plan

Yellowstone National Park is preparing a supplemental environmental impact statement (EIS) in order to determine how to best satisfy long-term winter use in the park. Park Spokesman Dan Hottle says this is the public comment phase.

Sheridan: King of Cowboy Towns

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Sheridan Travel and Tourism Executive Director Penny Becker

Sheridan has received yet another designation as Sheridan has just been named the King of Cowboy Towns - #1 Small Town for Cowboy Charm by Western Horseman magazine. Sheridan Travel and Tourism Executive Director Penny Becker.

Dayton Community Garden

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Community Gardens have certainly become quite popular over the past several years, and now the Town of Dayton will be adding their own. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

2011 Sheridan Region G&F Accomplishments: Wildlife Habitat and Enforcement

South Gillette Game Warden Irah Leonetti with antlers confiscated from a poaching case. ( Photo Courtesy of the G&F)
Sheridan Terrestrial Habitat Biologist Bert Jellison discussing a sage-grouse population graph with a group of Buffalo High School students. (Photo Courtesy of the G&F)

Each year the Sheridan Region Game and Fish releases a series of accomplishments regarding their various programs that outline how sportsmen and women's dollars are spent in northeast Wyoming.

Buffalo's State Of The City Address Today at Noon

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess, City Clerk Julie Silbernagel and City Planner Zach Montgomery will present the State of the City Address today during the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Luncheon.
Mayor Dyess tells us what to expect from the address.