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2011 Relay for Life Kick-Off

Lynnie Phipps with Relay for Life in Sheridan

Kick-off for the 2011 Relay for Life in Sheridan will be held with a meeting set for Thursday, March 3rd from 5:30 to 7 pm at the Sheridan Senior Center. Spokesperson Lynnie Phipps tells us the need is great to put the June 24th Relay together.

Cancer Center Expansion Approved

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees approved $8.2 million to expand the Welch Cancer Center.

A little over two months ago, the design team of KWN Construction and CTA Architects began the process of developing a design that would allow for the expansion of the Welch Cancer Center.

Internationally Acclaimed Pianist to Perform in Sheridan

Internaitionally acclaimed pianist Joshua Wright will perform in Sheridan next weekend.

The Sheridan College Young Musical Artist in Residence Series, or SCYMARS is bringing internationally acclaimed pianist Joshua Wright to Sheridan for a special performance a week from this Saturday.

Plea Changes in District Court

Two plea changes were part of the schedule Wednesday in District Court.

23-year-old Sheridan resident Kyle Reuter changed his plea to guilty Wednesday in 4th Judicial District Court.

JoCo Library Has Planes, Legos

Cynthia Twing, Johnson County Librarian

Starting this week and continuing through March, the Johnson County Library will have fun events to welcome the public, starting with a kids' Fun at the Library Day this Friday.

Buffalo Council Approves Archery Range on City Land

A public archery range will be installed on city lands off of Highway 16 West now that the Buffalo City Council has approved the plan by a local vendor and an anonymous donor who brought the plan to the city council meeting last week.

SCEA & District 2 Board Meet

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Members of the Sheridan County Education Association met with Sheridan County School District 2 board members earlier this week for their annual meeting.

A Center for the Performing Arts

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The Sheridan City Council gave their approval of a grant application to renovate the WYO Theater and surrounding buildings making it the WYO Performing Arts Center.

The Sheridan City Council Tuesday night approved a resolution authorizing the submission of a $2 million grant application that will go a long way in expanding the performing arts in Sheridan.

John Patton: “It's Been a Tough Session”

Wyoming Representative John Patton

As the 2011 Wyoming Legislative Session heads into the final days, Representative John Patton said that the recent passing of the supplemental budget funding for Sheridan College and Central Wyoming College for Capital Improvement projects was a highlight for him.

Wal-Mart Applies for Liquor License

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Wal-Mart in Sheridan has submitted an application to the City to approve the transfer of a retail liquor license.

The Wal-Mart Supercenter in Sheridan has applied for a liquor license through the City of Sheridan. City Clerk Scott Badley explains the details of the application that was submitted last Friday.