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CASA to Honor 2011 “Champion for Children”

CASA's 2010 Champion of Children, Tom Racette, will bestow the 2011 honor to Pam Emerson at the annual "Light of Hope" Breakfast April 29th.

Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns, or CASA, is hosting the 3rd Annual Light of Hope breakfast is coming up at the end of April. Each year, a “champion for children” is honored, and this year, CASA's Susie Cannon tells us.

Pub Crawl Benefit for Sheridan Woman

Austyn Nashay Levi suffers from an incurable disorder called Interstitial Cystits. A fundraiser is being held on her behalf Saturday, April 2nd.

The Sheridan community is invited to come to the assistance for another young person who is undergoing extensive medical treatment for an illness.

Representative Lummis Opposes Driving Tax Proposal

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis recently offered her opinion on the Fox Business News Channel about the Congressional Budget Office's proposal to tax drivers based on the amount of miles they drive. Lummis says that the proposal is terrible.

Buffalo Food Depot Grand Opening This Weekend

Inside the Buffalo Food Depot

The traditional view of a “health food store” frequented by the earthy, bearded, hemp-shirted types isn't exactly what you find once you step into one. At least not in Buffalo's newest “healthy food” store, the Buffalo Food Depot, which advertises itself as “A Holistic Healthfood Center.”

Buffalo Community Choir: Fun While Preparing

The Buffalo Community Choir has been preparing for their first performance since February, but they have been having fun and putting some hard work into learning their music.

Operation Orange Work Zone Safety

National Work Zone Safety Week is April 4th - 8th, 2011.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation, the Wyoming Office of Tourism and tourism agencies around the state are teaming up this travel season for Operation Orange.

DEQ Directs City To Investigate Alternative Landfill Sites

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City of Sheridan Utilities Manager Dan Roberts

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality has issued a recommendation to the City of Sheridan in regard to the City's variance request on the proposed expansion of the landfill. DEQ has ruled that the City needs to further investigate alternative sites for a new landfill.

Osborne Scheduling Conference Held Tuesday

The attorney for convicted murderer Shawn Osborne is reqesting a new trial.

Shortly after being found guilty in November of 2010 for the 1st Degree Murder of 42-year-old Gerald Bloom, Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne hired Attorney Keith Goody from Washington State to represent him.

Curbside Recycling Pilot Program: One Participants Thoughts

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Sheridan City Council President John Bigelow

Tuesday we told you about the City of Sheridan Council work session where the results of the curbside recycling pilot program were presented.

Gatchell Museum Busy Preparing for Opening

Jennifer Romanoski, Educator at the Jim Gatchell Museum

This year's Opening Day is Saturday, May 7, but the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo is plenty busy in their off-season.