Archive - May 10, 2012

Lilacs Galore

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Blue sky, blue spruce, beautiful Lilacs - must be Big Horn, Wyoming. Wednesday morning's view on the right side of State Highway 335's curve leading into Big Horn - at Toby Johnson's place.

SPD Warns Local Merchants of Recent Check Fraud

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The Sheridan Police Department issued a fraudulent check alert to the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce this week to inform local businesses to be aware of two individuals that may attempt to pass fraudulent checks.

Public Pulse - Thursday 05/10/12

Councilmen Steve Brantz & Kristin Kelly


The Sheridan USA swim club is looking for more swimmers in the area.

USA swimming is a year round USA Swimming affiliated team offering competitive swimming and quality coaching to the youth of Sheridan.

The program is open to all swimmers ages 6-18. They are having a summer special. Free one week trial and you may join the club for the Summer season(May 15-July 31) for only $100, this includes the USA swimming membership.

Come join America’s Team. Anyone interested contact coach Brent Moore (307)763-7998 or visit us at

City of Sheridan Budget Work Sessions are Underway

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The City of Sheridan began the first of many budget work sessions Wednesday with a report from City Treasurer Jennifer Reed, who indicated that this year's general fund budget will be $9.8 million.

G&F to Host Public Information Gathering Meetings

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be holding a series of meetings statewide to gather public input on proposed changes to a number of regulations.

Rabid Bat Found On Coffeen

A bat found in the Perkins parking lot on Coffeen Avenue tested positive for rabies.

Buffalo Council Approves Classic Car Parade

At their May 1 meeting, the Buffalo City Council approved a request for permission to have a classic car parade downtown later this summer.

The classic car parade was requested by Bighorn Tire for their annual Show and Shine Car Show.

Story Firehouse Will Double As Emergency Shelter

The Story Volunteer Fire Department does a lot more than just fight fires.

Sheridan Community Steps Up For Habitat For Humanity

A local family is in need of the community's help to build a new home to accommodate their handicapped daughter, who became paraplegic after a car accident more than four years ago.