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Tickets are still available for the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Winter Gathering event, entitled “An Evening In Paris,” which will happen Saturday night at Cowboy Carousel Center in Buffalo.

Taking a look at the variety of certificate programs available at Sheridan College, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the story on the Farrier Program.

House Bill 118, that will allow a purchase agreement for the state to acquire roughly 62,000 acre-feet of water rights in Lake DeSmet has come out of the Agriculture Committee and will now move on to the full House of Representatives for debate, according to State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo.

On Thursday, The Brubeck Brothers Quartet will take the Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall stage to perform their jazz music. The Whitney Center’s Director, Erin Hanke, said that the concert hall is a perfect place to hear this act.

According to Sheridan Police Department Lt. Travis Koltiska, several areas in Sheridan will have a larger police presence. Koltiska said this is in an effort to help them meet some of their goals.

The Antelope Butte Foundation is in the process of turning the old Antelope Butte Ski Area in the Bighorn National Forest into a new year long outdoor recreation area. According to Andrew Gast, the new name will be the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area.

A bill that would allow the Wyoming Water Development Commission to negotiate a purchase agreement with Sasol Synfuels to purchase water rights and other assets at Lake DeSmet and Healy Reservoir in Johnson County has been introduced in the Wyoming Legislature, according to State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo.

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo, during his recent interview with Sheridan Media, discussed another bill that he is watching in this year's Legislature concerning the optional sales tax.

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