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Kassi hit a home run with their "historic eatable art" - the Sheridan Area Tourism Celebration cake - at the Historic Sheridan Inn on Friday. Many Sheridanites and historical characters from the past gathered for a tourism celebration and the presentation of the Dozen Distinctive Destinations award that recognizes Sheridan, Wyoming as one of America's 2011 destinations.

Under blue Wyoming skies the City of Sheridan Street Department was out in force Wednesday morning as a tandem team of "street washers" gave a clean sweep to Coffeen Avenue. The second truck is seen here crossing the Avoca Street/Sugarland Drive intersection heading south. Enjoy the good weather as the high Thursday will be in the 30's with a chance of snow.

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The Sheridan College Chamber Choir performed in both Chambers of the Wyoming Legislature last Friday. Pictured, the students are on the floor of the Wyoming House of Representatives. The twelve singers are Sheridan College students from Wyoming and Montana.

You have until February 28th to see"Wild Life and Rural Scenes Art in Multi-Medium" - an Art Exhibit by Les Jayne - that is on display on the Mezzanine of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. Relief Carvings such as this one of the Double Rafter Ranch are on display. In addition to tree bark carving Les also does relief carving, pyrography, scrolling and canes.

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Wind turbines, perhaps on a smaller scale than these at the "Wind Farm" located 6-miles north of Medicine Bow, Wyoming will be among the topics addressed by Milt Geiger at the upcoming local workshop. For more info see: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/new...

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Lu Lu's Cafe at 118 N. Brooks is applying for a restaurant liquor license at the City Council's meeting Monday evening. The Cafe is currently being remodeled with Lynn Sedar and her partner Andy Ayres hoping to reopen for Valentine's Dinner, complete with a restaurant liquor license, on February 12th.

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A revisit to the popular Linden Hill sledding area reveals the addition of hay bales along the fence at the bottom of the hill. With warmer weather and the weekend approaching sledders that take to the hill will now have a safety barrier along the fence when they reach the bottom of the hill.

Once again the City of Sheridan has announced that an emergency snow route alert has been issued that will go into effect Wednesday at 1am.

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