Archive - Dec 4, 2015

Kendrick Mansion Holiday Open House

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It’s become a Christmas tradition for many to visit the Kendrick Mansion in Sheridan during the holidays. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott stopped by the open house to bring us the report.

Giving Parents a Night Out

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Treating parents to a time away for themselves, the Sagebrush Community Art Center hosted a “Parents Night Out” in partnership with the Open Range Restaurant in the Historic Sheridan Inn Friday night.

Nita Charlene Huber

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On Friday December 4th, after a three year battle with ovarian cancer, Charlene Huber passed away peacefully at her home in Sheridan, Wyoming. Charlene was 69 years old.

Gov. Mead’s Budget Proposes Cuts, Borrowing from Rainy Day

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by Gregory Nickerson |

Gov. Matt Mead released his spending proposal for the 2017-2018 spending cycle, which notably called for borrowing from the “rainy day” fund to ease a cash flow crunch, then paying the money back by altering revenue flows out of other savings accounts.

Author Says Children’s Spider Book ‘Spun for Fun’

A book signing has been planned this weekend for the author of a children’s book that was inspired by a favorite children’s song. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Frank Charles Cangiamilla

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Frank Charles Cangiamilla, 78, of Sheridan, passed away on Wednesday, December 2, 2015, at his residence.

Online condolences may be written at
Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements.

Do you support the Governor's proposal to cover the budget shortfall by dipping into the state's rainy day fund?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
43% (227 votes)
50% (260 votes)
7% (36 votes)
Total votes: 523

Kendrick Mansion Opens for Victorian Christmas

A Victorian style of decorating a Christmas tree was framed family photos. (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

A turn-of-the century Victorian Christmas is in the offerings this weekend at the Kendrick Mansion in Sheridan.

Turkeys Are Roasting, Table Soon to be Set for Community Dinner

The turkeys are already roasting for the weekend’s holiday dinner in Sheridan.