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In the recent edition of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce "Member to Member" e-publication it was noted that a "Beautification Campaign For Green House Living" program is underway. A fundraiser that will raise the necessary funds for the trees, shrubs, and perennials to enhance the landscaping of the Green House cottages at the Village at Cloud Peak. For more info scroll down.

Should you happen to venture forth on Saturday for a game of golf it may be decision time as you approach this "1st Tee/Clubhouse" sign at the Powder Horn. You might want to look up for possible precipitation coming down before turning left to start the Mountain Nine or you might want to turn right and head for shelter in the Clubhouse.

This Selkirk Crabapple with its profusion of fragrant flowers was seen in Big Horn on Thursday as it basked in the sun before the arrival of rain forecast for the weekend. The Selkirk Crabapple - Malus 'Selkirk' - is a member of the Rosaceae - Rose Family suited to the Sheridan area with its hardiness zone rating of 4-7. For more see: http://www.cirrusimage.com/tree_...

Officials with Sheridan Memorial Hospital invited the media to take a tour of the new Welch Cancer Center Friday.

Photos by Ron Richter

On a breezy Thursday morning two entities were seen helping do their part to clean up the Sheridan area. Vehicles were being vacuumed and washed at the brand new Let'Er Buck Car Wash on Brundage Lane (WYO 334) while a Wyoming Department of Transportation street sweeper was busy sweeping the shoulders of the highway.

Big Horn Senior Mitchell Davenport, who played the flute solo "Allegro", recently won the Kiwanis Stars of Tomorrow competition held in Powell Wyoming. Mitchell is shown here with his accompanist Amiah Warder, also a senior at Big Horn High School, during the local Sheridan competition held at the WYO Theater on February 17th.

You don't have to go far from town to view this foal observed Tuesday just south of Woodland Park School on the west side of Coffeen Avenue after crossing the bridge. Looks like this youngster could look a whole lot like Mom when it grows up as evidenced by the similar markings already present.

Not only has the Trail End Historic Site emerged from its long winter hiatus but so have the daffodils. The historic site opened its doors for the 2012 season on April 1st and these daffodils were not far behind thanks to Rod Adams who has maintained the grounds since 2003. If you can't visit the site in person you can view it on line at: http://www.trailend.org/

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