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November 22nd

Forever Flawless Celebrates New Location

From left are Chamber Ambassadors Jodi Bourne, Jack Wood, and Katie Culver; Forever Flawless owner Paige Pozos; fine artist Ramon Rodriguez; Pozos' daughter Avalon Pozos; tattoo artist Matthew Campbell; and Ambassadors Scott Barten and Meredith Sopko. (Courtesy photo)

Forever Flawless and the Chamber Ambassadors held a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the cosmetic and tattoo business' new location and expanded services.

"The Role of Catalysts and Computers" Lecture comes to Sheridan College

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"Clean Air: Then and Now: The Role of Catalysts and Computers" will be open to the public at the Sheridan College Science Museum/Mohns Center on Wednesday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m.

Public Invited to Discuss Black Bear Hunting Seasons

On Wednesday, November 30 the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold a public meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the Sheridan Regional Office, 700 Valley View in Sheridan.

Hospital Board Considers Real Estate Purchase

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees have authorized hospital CEO Mike McCafferty to negotiate with other parties involved in a potential real estate purchase for the hospital.

Senior Center Hosts Thanksgiving Lunch

The Sheridan Senior Center will be providing Thanksgiving Lunch to their regular patrons Thursday, but according to Carmen Rideout, the Center’s Executive Director, everyone is invited.

Turkey Trots in Sheridan County

Sheridan’s 38th Annual Turkey Trot will take over Kendrick Park on Thursday as residents get a chance to exercise before enjoying their Thanksgiving feasts. The event will have a 2.8 mile run/walk & 1 mile kids "chase the turkey" race for ages 12 & under.

Fish Released Into Mavrakis Pond

Over 300 adult fish were released into Sheridan’s Sam Mavrakis Pond Tuesday morning by the Story Fish Hatchery and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

November 22nd

Wyoming News Update

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Wyoming and Montana file legal challenge to BLM methane rule

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming and Montana are pushing to block a rule that President Barack Obama's administration issued last week seeking to restrict how oil companies burn off natural gas on public lands.

County Planner Updates Commission On Subdivision Regs

Johnson County Planner Jim Waller has been working on updating the county's subdivision regulations, including updating the Water Quality Rules to meet new requirements enacted by the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) on small waste water systems.

Christmas Parade, Chili Feed A Go After Council Approval

Santa at a previous Buffalo Lighted Christmas Parade

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's annual Christmas Parade and Chili Feed will be happening again this year in early December as usual, after the city council approved requests for street closures and the use of Crazy Woman Square for the events.