Archive - Nov 4, 2010 - News

Buffalo BDA Workshop Draws Ire of Some

The Buffalo Development Association held a public workshop at Buffalo's City Hall Thursday night on the Buffalo Downtown Plan, and more specifically, the contentious issue of the carousel and where to locate it.

Expos: Getting Wyoming “Back To Work”

The Department of Workforce Services will be hosting the Wyoming Workforce Expo next week in sixteen communities throughout the state – free of charge.

Department of Ed. To Release PAWS Results Publicly

The Wyoming Department of Education has now made the 2010 PAWS results available to School Districts around the state as well as to the public. The reason for the delay in releasing the results is due to technological issues that were incurred while the testing was being administered last spring.

New Playground Unveiled at Thorne-Rider Park

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The City of Sheridan and the Sheridan Recreation District held a ribbon cutting Thursday for the new playground equipment and basketball court in Thorne-Rider Park. Both the playground and basketball court were paid for with optional one cent funds.

Annual Bazaar Raises Funds for Various Causes

St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo will be having their annual bazaar and bake sale this Saturday, to raise money for a number of worthwhile causes.

Deadline Extension for Wyoming Farmers

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Cheyenne, WY – Wyoming farmers and ranchers have been given a gift of “more time.” The USDA has extended the application deadline for the Conservation Stewardship Program, or CSP, to January 7th, 2011.

Big Horn to Host Statewide Student Council Convention

About 650 student leaders representing over fifty high schools around Wyoming will be visiting Big Horn High School November 8th and 9th, as the school plays host to the annual High School State Student Council Convention.

Government "Whistleblower" Giving Talk this Weekend

This weekend there will be the annual Powder River Basin Resource Council meeting at the Sheridan Elks Club. It starts at 4, with music, social time and the silent auction, says Powder River Organizer Jill Morrison. And she says that starting at 7:

Don't Wait Until The Last Minute to Seek Help

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Many people faced with caring for an aging or sick loved one often wait too long to ask for assistance with care giving.