Archive - Mar 14, 2016 - News

State Economy Headed for Bust; Are There Some Ways to Survive?

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Is Wyoming on the downhill slide toward another bust?

Program Detailed Clear Creek Fish Restoration Project

Bill Bradshaw, a regional fisheries biologist, presented a program recently on fish restoration for Clear Creek.

UPDATE: Today's Dining for Cause Benefits Library

As reported earlier, the local libraries in the Sheridan County system will reap the benefits of today’s Dining for a Cause fundraiser at Frackelton's restaurant in Sheridan.

Jaycees Hold 11th Fun Run

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photos by Judy Hagerott

Area residents put on their best green outfits and headed for Kendrick Park Saturday morning for the 11th annual “Run 'Til You're Green” Fun Run.

Folks Arrival Early for 4-H Carnival

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People began arriving at 2:30, half an hour early for this year's 4-H Carnival and Chili Supper, and 4-H Educator Liz Shaffer said it was exciting to see the community's support for 4-H members.

Children, Adults Experience Instrument Petting Zoo

Area children and adults had a chance to see, touch, hear and learn about a variety of musical instruments at the library in Sheridan Saturday during an instrument petting zoo.

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A Look Back in Time: March 14, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on March 14, 1916.

Health Fair Helps Keep Wyoming Citizens Healthier

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The annual Johnson County Health Fair is only one of many held throughout the state each year, but is one of the biggest and most well-attended, according to organizers and US Senator Dr. John Barrasso, who makes it a point to stop every year in Buffalo.

Buffalo Council Gets Reports From Other Department Heads

Buffalo's City Council heard brief reports from the remaining department heads at their last regular meeting.