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November 23rd

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

November 23rd

Stopka, Obermueller Working On Enplanements

Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka said this week he isn't quite sure how the goal of 10,000 commercial enplanements will be met by the end of this year.

Dayton to Hold Public Meeting on Development Plan

Dayton Mayor Norm Anderson. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Dayton's town council will convene a special meeting next week to present the town's community development plan to the public for review and comments.

Hot Tamale Louie Was Local Legend

Miniature of statue of Hot Tamale Louie to be placed in downtown Sheridan. (Courtesy photo)

Sheridan's Public Arts Committee is planning to buy a statue that will be placed in downtown Sheridan to honor one of the city's early day residents who became a legend. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Buffalo Realtors Organize Holiday Food Drive

File photo by Aaron Palmer

Help for some in the community is coming this Holiday season as the Buffalo Board of Realtors have launched their Holiday Food Drive that will gather donations for the local Bread Of Life Food Pantry.

Buffalo Police To Receive New Patrol Cars

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder

Two new patrol vehicles will be added to the fleet for the Buffalo Police Department, after quotes for the vehicles and the equipment for them were accepted by the Buffalo City Council.

VOA Reports Higher Numbers In Diversion In July

Johnson County's Commissioners.

Scott Duncan, Juvenile Probation Coordinator for Volunteers of America of the Northern Rockies, gave the third quarter update to the Johnson County Commissioners on diversion, probation and drug court services they provide to the county.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 23, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Nov. 23, 1916.

2nd Graders Share Their Thoughts on Thanksgiving

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Sheridan Media’s roving reporter, Judy Hagerott, headed out to Big Horn Elementary to see what these 2nd graders had to say about Thanksgiving and brings us their story.

Golden Rule Grocers Cuts Ribbon at New Location

From left are Chamber Ambassadors Mary Kay Liggett, Brandy Campbell, Lisa Hansen, and Jack Wood; Golden Rule Grocer owners Jim and Melissa Smith; and Ambassadors Bob De Fries, Scott Barten, Katie Culver, Lindsay Fisher, and Cathy Wilson.

Golden Rule Grocers, along with the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors, cut the ribbon at the new Golden Rule location on Coffeen Avenue.