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Spring Start Planned for New College Art Center

Colleve Facilities Director Kent Andersen stands at what will be the corner of the new art center (Photo by Pat Blair)
Renovations include the C-TEL Presentation Hall (Photo by Pat Blair)

Construction on Sheridan College's new, and larger, art center is scheduled to start next March or April.

Sheridan Police Investigate Crashes

Sheridan police investigated two vehicle crashes involving minor injuries Wednesday afternoon.

Shelter Board Member Gives Pet-O-Ween Tips

Julie Chadwick talked about the event on the Morning Show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

One of the organizers of the upcoming costume contest for critters talked about the event, live, on the Morning Show. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

‘42nd Street’ Continues Run

Ryan Koltiska takes center stage for '42nd Street.' (Photo by Pat Blair)
Scott Bateman talked about the musical on the Public Pulse show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

After a successful opening night Gala performance over the weekend, the cast of the musical “42nd Street” is ready to take the WYO Theater stage tonight to continue the run through Sunday.

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Raptor Experience Coming to Buffalo

(courtesy of the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum)

Raptors will be flying around Buffalo's Cloud Peak Elementary gym this Friday, when the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum will present the Draper Museum's “Raptor Experience” program.

City Approves Connections To NW Water Pipeline

The Buffalo City Council has approved a request by a number of county residents in the Lower Airport Road area for them to connect to the NW Water Pipeline for access to municipal water.

Library Expansion Focus Of Buffalo Chamber Lunch

Cynthia Twing

Wednesday's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon featured Library Director Cynthia Twing and Assistant Director Mary Rhoades speaking about the One-Cent Specific Purpose Sales Tax measure that will be on the General Election Ballot November 4th.

Festival To Raise Awareness Of Human Suffering

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Students at Clear Creek Middle School in Buffalo will be hosting what they are calling a “Ten Thousand Villages End Poverty Festival” this weekend and one night next week to raise awareness in the community about modern-day slavery, global poverty, and human trafficking.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 23, 1914

F.M. Heinrich yesterday shipped out 60 cars of steers which will probably be the best shipped out of Sheridan this year.