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Benefit For Taffy Garro Sunday in Buffalo

Moose Lodge in Buffalo

Two local women, Melody Taylor-Donahue and Crystal Taylor-Neilson, have organized a benefit for their mother this weekend to help with expenses in her fight to regain her health.

Buffalo Council Approves Resubdivision for New Businesses

The Buffalo City Council has approved Resolution No. 1329, creating a Resubdivison of the Bighorn Business Center Addition. This will allow the creation of two new lots to accommodate two new business ventures that will be built on the sites, as well as clean up the plat for the entire property for future development.

Free Lunch Offered By ACT in Buffalo Friday

Advanced Communications Technology will provide free lunch to everyone that makes the trek to Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo on Friday. ACT is offering lunch as an opportunity for the community to get to know the company and its employees.

WY Biotech 2011

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Forward Sheridan Executive Director Jay Stender

The 2nd Annual WY Biotech Conference got underway Thursday night at the Powder Horn Clubhouse in Sheridan with an introduction by Neltje and a Key Note Address by Deborah A. Smeltzer, who has over 30 years of experience in the biotechnology industry.

WAM Fall Board and Committee Meetings to Focus on Legislative Strategy

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The Wyoming Association of Municipalities is holding their fall board and committee meetings in Green River. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey is on the WAM Board and explains one of the goals that they will look to achieve during the meeting.

Patton; Arney Reflect on the Passing of Malcolm Wallop

The late former Senator Malcolm Wallop. (Photo Courtsey of the Associated Press)

Wyoming State Representative John Patton and Sheridan Attorney Rex Arney had close ties with the late former U.S. and Wyoming Senator Malcolm Wallop, who passed away Wednesday.

UW College of Business Dean to Speak in Sheridan Friday

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University of Wyoming College of Business Dean Brent Hathaway will speak at noon Friday at a Rotary meeting in Sheridan.

SAWS Looks to Replace Aging Booster Stations

Sheridan County Public Works Director and SAWS Administrator Rod Liesinger

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board approved a resolution to apply for a Drinking Water SRF Loan through the state to replace eight old booster stations. SAWS Administrator Rod Liesinger says that began replacing old pumps in 2007.

Coffeen Implements Programs to Improve Reading Scores

Coffeen elementary presented its annual elementary report to the Sheridan County School District No. 2 Board of Trustees at this week's monthly board meeting, with the goal of improving PAWS reading scores for next year.

NWCCD Revisiting Strategic Plan

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young told the Board of Trustees at their monthly meeting Wednesday night that the he will meet with college directors this Friday to discuss a new strategic plan.