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November 28th

Local Organization Brings Gardens to Sheridan County

As they establish their own non-profit status, a Youth Gardening Collaboration called Rooted In Wyoming has recently been accepted as a special program under the Wyoming Community Foundation.

Injury Reported in Crash Last Week

One person was taken to Sheridan Memorial Hospital last week following a two-car collision at the intersection of Mydland Road and Quail Drive in Sheridan.

The Sheridan Aires Choir Presents The Magic of Christmas

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Christmas spirit is in the air and the Sheridan Senior Center will be adding to that when their Sheridan Aires Choir presents The Magic of Christmas concert on Thursday and Friday. Jean Harm, the center’s Assistant of the Fun Department.

Celebrate Cindy Benefit Set for Saturday

Well known community advocate Cindy Killworth Boyd is currently fighting bone marrow cancer and amyloid disease. According to Debbie Law, a close friend of Boyd and her family, there will be a dinner and silent auction on Saturday to help Boyd fight.

Trail End State Historic Site Annual Holiday Open House on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

December is almost here and that means that Sheridan’s Kendrick Mansion will be hosting the Trail End State Historic Site’s Annual Holiday Open House on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

On These Long, Dark Winter Nights, Here Are Favorite Movies About Wyoming

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With our nights getting longer and colder, this gives me an excuse to watch my favorite movies that take place in our state, feature our state or include themes about Wyoming.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

November 27th

JCSD1 Board Approves Policy Changes On First Reading

The Board of Trustees for Johnson County School District No. 1 recently voted to approve changes made to their policy manual concerning the administering of medicine and and allergy management plan for students in the district.

Plan For Fun Holiday Happenings In Buffalo Saturday

2015 Buffalo Chili Feed and Lighted Christmas Parade. Photos by Aaron Palmer

The Holiday shopping season started this past weekend, but Buffalo will be hosting a busy and fun day this Saturday, including great deals at local vendors, fun activities, and of course the annual chili feed and lighted Christmas parade.

Lobban Avenue Project Completion Set For Spring 2017

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Buffalo's Lobban Avenue construction project will be completed in the spring of 2017, according to Project Engineer Brent Bennett with Nelson Engineering of Buffalo.