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Update: Over $9,880 was raised at yesterday's Dining For a Cause fundraiser, with over 390 guests served. As part of the fundraiser, Frackelton's has donated all the sales and gratuity from the day to the Sheridan Health Center. Sales for the day were around $7,770 and over $2,100 in gratuity was donated, as well.

Dubbed the World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade, a balmy Sunday afternoon had the folks in Big Horn lining its main thoroughfare, all three blocks of it.

Tour guides are needed at the Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan where the Kendrick Mansion sits at the top of the hill on Clarendon Avenue.

Using their imagination and creativity, adults and children alike, got to express themselves by designing and planting their own miniature gardens on Saturday.

Saturday was World Down Syndrome Awareness Day and a first-ever “meet and greet” was held at the YMCA for family and friends of those with Down Syndrome in this area.

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow was recently a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, where she weighed in with her thoughts on the recent legislative session in Cheyenne.

The Sheridan Health Center will be the beneficiary of the next Dining for a Cause fundraiser held at Frackelton’s, located on Main Street in Sheridan.

During a recent interview on our news talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan County Commissioner Steve Maier stated that the recently completed legislative session in Cheyenne had minimal impact on Sheridan County.

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