Archive - Mar 17, 2011

Longing for some Snow?

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There appears to be plenty in the Bighorns judging by the snow depth that almost covers the fencing on the south side of Highway 14 just east of Black Mountain Road (Forest Rd 16) where the elevation is about 8000 feet. Wyoming snowpack for the Powder-Tongue Basin is 107% when compared with the historical average.

Public Pulse - Thursday 03/17/11

Irish Correspondent w/ Alfie Deehan / Author Dorothy Lansing

Sheridan Elks Hoop Shoot winner places third at the hoop shoot regionals

Noah Erickson of Sheridan came close to going all the way to
the National Hoop Shoot in the Boys 10-11 age group.

After winning the local, district, and state Hoop Shoots, he
represented Wyoming in the Elks Region 8 Hoop Shoot in
Denver on March 12.

Jeffery Hunt of Colorado made 20/25 free throws to win 1st.
Noah and Gary White of Nebraska both made 19/25. In the
shoot off, White made 5/5, Noah made 4/5, so Noah ended up
in 3rd place.

Several Sculptures in Downtown Sheridan Vandalized

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The Sheridan Police Department is looking for any information regarding recent vandalism to a couple of art sculptures in downtown Sheridan.

Representative Lummis on the Future of Nuclear Energy

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis recently appeared on the Fox Business News channel to discuss how the nuclear crisis in Japan may affect the future of nuclear energy in the U.S.

VOA to Host “Filling the Empty Bowl”

The 3rd Annual VOA Empty Bowl fundraiser, now with the new moniker “Filling the Empty Bowl,” will take place Wednesday, March 23rd at the Kalif Shrine Center on Loucks Street in Sheridan.

“Paint the Town Green” Winner Announced

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce announced that Presto Print at 40 North Gould Street in Sheridan is the winner of the “Paint the Town Green” window decorating contest.

Lutherans Raise Money for Dulls

St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo will host a Baked Potato Fundraiser for Danielle Dull and her family Thursday, March 17 from 11am until 1pm, at the church located at 615 N. Burritt.

Council Approves Funding for YMCA Repairs

The Buffalo City Council, at their meeting Tuesday night, approved more than $26,000 for needed repairs to the city-owned YMCA Building.

Irish Fare Featured at Fundraiser

The American Legion Hall in Buffalo will host a fundraiser dinner on Thursday, St. Patty's Day from 4:30 to 7pm.

On the menu is corned beef and cabbage, of course, and Irish Stew with an American Twist.