Buffalo Senior Center's Annual Pie Auction Friday

This hand-made quilt will be auctioned at the Buffalo Senior Center's Pie Auction Friday.

The Buffalo Senior Center will have their annual Pie Auction this Friday at the center, but this year they will add a slight twist.

The Pie Auction will begin at 6:30pm and will feature not just pies but all kinds of baked goods, available for bidding during the auction.

Madden: Tip-Sharing is Employee Driven Initiative

House Bill 112 has been sent back to committee for reworking due to vague language in an amendment. This essentially means the measure is off the table until next year.

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A Compounding Connection; Texas pharmacy leads Barrasso donors

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Originally published at February 12, 2013

Wyoming SBDC Reaches Out to Sheridan Businesses

The Chamber of Commerce highlighted the Wyoming Small Business Development Center at this week's luncheon.

Democrats Host International Activist Speaker

Top Democrats of Wyoming will convene in Cheyenne this weekend for their statewide Central Committee meeting. In addition to working out the nuts and bolts of party action plans, they'll be hosting a progressive activist speaker.

Baby Spinach Recall Affects Wyoming

A California company is recalling packages of baby spinach that could be contaminated with E. coli. The spinach was sold under five different labels in 36 states, including Wyoming.

SCSD#3 Announces Late Start

Sheridan County School District #3 has announced a 2-hour late start this morning due to weather. Stay tuned to Sheridan Media News for further updates.

Deadline for Wild Bison Priority Listing is Feb. 28

Deadline for Wild Bison Priority Listing is Feb. 28 (Photo courtesy of Flickr user Kabsik Park)

Hunters dreaming of snagging a wild bison this year have until February 28th to submit their name for the wild bison priority listing.

Sen. Enzi Responds to President's State of the Union Address

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Sen. Enzi Responds to President's State of the Union Address (Photo by Chris Foy)

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi responded to the President's State of the Union Address on Wednesday by saying the President, by in large, ignored some critical issues related to the economy and federal spending. He explains.

Larceny Trial for Sheridan Woman Gets Underway in District Court

The trial for Sheridan resident Miranda Mraz got underway Wednesday in Fourth Judicial District in Sheridan County. Mraz is on trial for Felony Larceny for allegedly stealing money from the Eagles Club at 5th and Main April 21st of 2012. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.