Saturday, the City of Sheridan celebrated Arbor Day with an assortment of events which included a tree climbing exhibition, a tree pruning workshop, installing interpretive signs at the arboretum near Kendrick Mansion and a tree planting in Kendrick Park.

The Sheridan College AgriPark was filled with people who came for music, dancing, a silent auction, and several other attractions on Saturday night.

**UPDATE: Organizer Cheryl Madden has updated the figures from the event and reports it raised more than $15,000.

Rain in the morning was followed by snow in the afternoon in Sheridan Sunday as a low-pressure system moved through the western United States.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the city council recently on the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Program's graduation and pending trip to South Dakota.
Carder also touched on upcoming events the police department will be participating in the rest of this month.

Volunteers with Home Depot in Sheridan teamed up with Volunteers of America Friday to work on the VOA Veterans Honor Garden that is located right next to the Bill Daniels Chapel on the VOA Campus in south Sheridan.

The latest Dining for a Cause at Frackelton’s restaurant in downtown Sheridan will benefit the Sheridan YMCA, in particular, the proposed Aquatic Center. Frackelton’s will donate 100 percent of the sales and gratuities from lunch and dinner Monday to the “Y”.

The Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns has a new name.

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