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November 30th

Two Day Legislative Forum Wraps Up

State Senator John Schiffer

The two-day legislative forum hosted by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee wrapped up Tuesday.

Pre-Construction Plans Discussed on JC Criminal Justice Center

The new criminal justice center under construction in Buffalo

Groathouse Construction met with the Johnson County Commission Tuesday to discuss the possibility of reaching an agreement for them to perform pre-construction planning for the courtrooms and office facilities at the new Criminal Justice Center. Johnson County News Director for Sheridan Media, Aaron Palmer, has more.

Lights Are On at Sheridan College

The trees at Sheridan College are now lit up for the Holiday Season.

Caroling at the College.

Some of the sounds from Tuesday night's 6th annual Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony at Sheridan College. The College Chamber Choir, led by Music Director Gene Sager, along with all of those in attendance, sang several Christmas carols just prior to heading outside to view 14 trees in total being lit up on the front lawn of the College.

Trail End's Annual Holiday Open House Begins Friday

The Trail End Historic site will be hosting their annual Holiday Open House this weekend.

The Trail End Guilds and Trail End State Historic Site will be hosting their annual Holiday Open House this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Occidental Christmas Program Sunday

Occidental Hotel, downtown Buffalo

Another great Christmas tradition in Buffalo is the annual Occidental Christmas Program. Aaron Palmer has the story.

More Christmas Happenings this Weekend

Buffalo's kickoff to Christmas this weekend has even more fun activities besides the chili feed and parade.

Normative Services Director Resigns

Normative Services Executive Director Bud Patterson resigned earlier this week, effective immediately.

Bear Cloud:  Motion Denied; Sentencing to be Scheduled

Judge Fenn denies motion for a new trial.

In 4th Judicial District Court Tuesday morning, Wyatt Bear Cloud, the third defendant in the Robert Ernst murder case, went before Judge John Fenn on a Motion to Remove Guilty Pleas.  Bear Cloud, now represented by public defender Carrie Johnson of Casper, had changed his plea on September 8th to G

WYO Range Drilling Plans

Fall view of the Wyoming Range of the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

The Wyoming Range Legacy Act signed into law last year put protections in place for over 1 million acres of hunting and recreation land in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

No Frills Theatre at Sheridan College

No Frills Theatre Company at Sheridan College will produce A.R. Gurney's "Sylvia" next spring.

The No Frills Theatre Company at Sheridan College is gearing up for two productions. The first is their fall production, a children's theatre piece the group is touring to Sheridan County schools this week.