Saturday, in the Timberline Room of the Black Tooth Brewing Company, CHAPS Equine Assisted Therapy hosted its annual fundraiser, “A Day at the Derby.” CHAPS Director Sue Suddith explains what CHAPS is all about.

The Parish Hall of St. Peter's was in full bloom Saturday as the Sheridan African Violet Club held their annual violet show and sale. Colors galore, this simple little flower has delighted hundreds especially during the long Wyoming winters.

Saturday was the first ever “Bark for Life,” a canine event to fight cancer. Forty dogs showed up at Kendrick Park, with their companions, to walk the full loop around the park which amounts to a mile and a half of exercise for both dog and owner, but much more.

More than 11 million illegal immigrants live and work int he United States, but pay no taxes to support social resources like hospitals or schools.

At their meeting Thursday, the Sheridan County Planning and Zoning Commission gave preliminary approval to the Big Horn 'Y' Minor Subdivision in a vote of three-to-one.

Note: This story ran earlier in the week. We are running it again this morning for those that may have missed it.

A full scale HAZMAT/Emergency Management drill will be happening this morning in Buffalo.
Residents need to be aware of the exercise and understand it is only a drill.

After three weeks of not having a regularly scheduled meeting due to there being five Mondays in the month of April, the Sheridan City Council will get back to work this evening. The Council will be considering two separate funding request for economic development.

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