Archive - Jun 13, 2011 - News

WAM Awards Community Hero Recipients

During the 2012 Wyoming Association of Municipalities Convention, or WAM, held last week in Sheridan, several Community Hero awards were bestowed upon two combined Sheridan groups at a banquet Friday night.

Renovation of the Historic Inn Continues

The Sheridan Heritage Center is in the final stages of completing the renovation of the Historic Sheridan Inn. Once the second and third floors are complete, the Inn will function as a fully operational hotel with twenty-two themed rooms designed around the life of a notable figure from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.

North Sheridan Area Revitalization Survey

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Residents in North Sheridan will be receiving a survey by mail later this week that is a joint effort of the Sheridan Housing Action Committee and the North Main Neighborhood Association.

Justice Center On Schedule For August Move-In

Buffalo Police Chief Mike Chapman told the Buffalo City Council the new Justice Center project is moving along on schedule for the August move-in date, barring any major issues popping up.

Poll Question: Representative Weiner Resignation?

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The news came last week that New York Representative Anthony Weiner, a Democrat, admitted to having sent lewd pictures via the Internet to various women, and then denied having done so.

Buffalo Awarded 2012 RMI Convention

Buffalo learned late last week they have been awarded the 2012 Convention for Rocky Mountain International (RMI)Roundup.

Jo Co Commission Approves Deputy Coroner

At their regular meeting last week, Johnson County’s commissioners approved a request from County Coroner Dave Harness to approve a deputy coroner.

2nd Annual Walk for Life

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Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center held its 2nd Annual “Walk for Life” Saturday morning. A trip from Washington Park to Emerson Park and back, participants put in two miles as a fundraiser for the non profit.

Another Successful Celebrate the Arts

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A balmy Saturday was perfect weather as the three day “Celebrate the Arts” came to a finish. Twenty-three artists set up workstations in front of local businesses giving audiences a live picture of what they do.

A Day for the Birds

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A walk by Landon's Greenhouse found a bunch of youngsters hard at work on Saturday. It was all part of the Landon's Kids' Club, which gives children the opportunity to learn about gardening, all while having fun.