Buffalo

As predicted by many entering the 2012 Legislative Session, Representative Rosie Berger says that even in this budget year education has been the key issue.

National Future Farmers of America week is February 18th to the 25th and the local John B. Kendrick FFA Chapter will be doing a number of events in the Sheridan community to raise awareness of what they do.

The Ucross Foundation Art Gallery presents a new exhibit at the Bid Red in Ucross entitled, “Making Tracks” by Missoula, Montana photographer Elizabeth Stone.
There was an opening artist reception Saturday at the gallery located at 30 Big Red Lane in Ucross.

The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an order denying Wyoming’s petition for a rehearing en banc in the Roadless Rule case. By doing so, the Court upheld its reversal of a decision by Judge Clarence Brimmer.

Though a grant was initially denied to move the Free Clinic of Sheridan County into the current Sheridan County Public Health, both groups believe the move is important enough to resubmit an application for Community Block Grant Development funds.

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo said this year's Legislative Session has been surprisingly light in the number of bills that have been introduced and there have been few significant changes in the ones that have been amended.

John Gavin, Director of the Jim Gatchell Museum in Buffalo, approached the county commissioners last week to seek new computers, a new server and IT support for the museum.

A night of mystery and mayhem in the West is the theme for a fundraiser for the Buffalo Senior Center entitled Murder at the Deadwood Saloon.
The event is an interactive murder mystery party where the patrons are the actors and the suspects.

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