Wyoming

Victoria and Colton Cooley, and their new daughter, Adelyn Stella Mae, have been started on the road to safety, thanks to Sheridan Memorial Hospital and Safe Kids Sheridan County, and the Gift of a Mother's Love Program.

It has been just since Christmas Break that Sheridan College in Johnson County has moved into its new home in the old Clear Creek School building, but staff and students are already feeling at home and ready to take on a busy future in the new facility.

The annual Buffalo Senior Center's Pie Auction was Friday night at the center, and was a good time as usual with funds raised through the auction going to support the many programs at the senior center.

It's time once again to take a look back at the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

The 62nd session of the State Legislature got underway this past week. The session is a budget session, so any non-budget bills require two-thirds approval by lawmakers for introduction.

The Johnson County Recreation District is making a last-minute push for community members to get online and complete a survey so they can compile the information to update their 2010 Recreation Master Plan.

The board members of the Sheridan County Public Library will be talking about several issues at the upcoming meeting.

Local gardeners can learn about growing house plants indoors this weekend and what trees and shrubs thrive in Wyoming. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Everyone who spends their Valentine’s Day lunch at the YMCA’s Soup Fest today is in for a treat, according to Patty Cox who’s the organization’s program director. She said the homemade soup comes with homemade bread and a special dessert.

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