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November 23rd

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 24, 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. 24, 1918.

Abled Minds Launches Fund Raiser at Stroll

Baskets boost fund raiser downtown

Abled Minds launched a trip fundraiser at the Christmas Stroll Saturday, according to a staff member on hand at the event:

There's Still Time to Win at Babe's Flowers!

Customers are awed by displays at Babe's
Afternoon delight awaits shoppers at Babe's

“There’s still time to win!” says Heidi Parker, owner of Babe’s Flowers in downtown Sheridan:

People Turn Out for Christmas Stroll

Mrs. Claus, left, and Santa visit with one of the many children who came to see them on Stroll night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The 2018 Christmas Stroll was another success, judging by the crowds in downtown Sheridan Friday night.

A Photo Stroll Downtown . . . Before the Dawn

The Nite Before Stroll . . . Downtown at 2 am
Warm and Cozy
Whimsical and Fun
Shining and Bright
Elegant in Chandelier
Twinkling Trees

Not a soul was in site strolling downtown at night before the 23rd Annual Sheridan Christmas Stroll.

Apres Stroll Feature Film, 8 PM at Wyo Theater, is Extreme!

Apres Stroll Feature Film is Extreme!

As stroll vendors pack away raffles and sales and music and munchies from the downtown stroll season, families can put their feet up for an extreme ski film at the Wyo Theater at 8 p.m.

Barrasso Spends Thanksgiving With Troops Overseas

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming shared Thanksgiving dinner with Wyoming troops serving in Poland, near the Russian province of Kaliningrad.

State Historical Society Offers Grants

The Wyoming State Historical Society is offering cash grants of $100 to $1,500 to people involved in research activities based on aspects of Wyoming's history.

College Board Hosts Presidential Search Forums

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District will host two opportunities next week for the public to participate in the search for a new college president.

Last Chance for SMH Trees of Love, Christmas Card Contest is Monday

There is still a little bit of time left to participate in two of Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Annual Holiday traditions. The first is the 2018 Christmas Trees of Love presented by the Hospital Auxiliary.