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November 27th

Wesnitzer Operates 'Vertical Farm'

Wesnitzer checks on some of his plants. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Among the regulars at the farmers market operated by Landon's Greenhouse and Nursery is Joe Wesnitzer, who sells produce and value-added products that he grows in his greenhouse on Metz Road.

Wyoming News Update

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A Look Back in Time: Nov. 27, 1918

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 27, 1918.

US 14A Seasonal Closure Now In Effect

A 22-mile stretch of scenic mountain road in the Bighorn Mountains known as US 14A has been closed for the season due to safety hazards-- heavy snows and relatively light traffic during the winter months make maintenance of the mountain portion of US 14A impractical.

New Sheridan Famous Footwear Sets Sales Record!

Sheridan Store Steps Forward in Sales

Sheridan’s new Famous Footwear store set a sales record during their first five days in business, says Rebecca Winterowd, Store Sales Manager.

Medicare Enrollment Events Coming to Buffalo, Sheridan

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Medicare open enrollment will be going on through December 15th, and those that have questions or want help can get it through sign up events this week in Sheridan and Buffalo.

Buffalo Council, Homeowner Discuss Water Leak

A homeowner in Buffalo came before the city council to ask what was being done to correct a water leak issue on Harmony Avenue, which is creating drainage issues and icy streets.

Governor-elect On Differences of His Coming Administration

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Mark Gordon, during a recent conference call with reporters from around the state, was asked about how he believes his incoming administration will differ from current Governor Matt Mead's administration.

Hospital Trees of Love to be Lighted Sunday

The annual tree-lighting and open house for Sheridan Memorial Hospital's Trees of Love will be held Sunday night in the front lobby of the hospital.

The Most Powerful Voters in the Country Live Here

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This column is being written on Thanksgiving Day evening and I find myself in a thankful but pensive mood.

As we count our blessings ranging from as small as a wonderful family to as big as world peace, the whole concept of perspective can nag at a person.