An art exhibit, book signing and gallery showing are among the events families can enjoy over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend in the Sheridan area, according to our events calendar.
Wyoming’s U.S. Senator John Barrasso shared Thanksgiving dinner with the state’s National Guard soldiers serving in Afghanistan.
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Winter weather has impacted holiday traffic in the Cowboy State this Thanksgiving.
Crisis Intervention Training, known as CIT, has become beneficial for local police officers, according to Katie Balthazor of the Sheridan Department, especially when dealing with people suffering from mental illness.
Sheridan College and Whitney Benefits were recently awarded the RN/BSN Completion Program Community Partner Award for 2015 from the University of Wyoming.
A weekend craft bazaar raised money for global missions. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.
Decorating classes presented over the weekend at the historic Sheridan Inn inspired visitors to enjoy the holidays. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.
The Northern Wyoming Community College District held their November board meeting in Buffalo last Thursday evening, and hosted a community roundtable dinner and discussion afterward.
The Buffalo High School Theater Company gave two performances this past weekend of their interpretation of the classic story “Tom Sawyer,” as adapted from the book by Mark Twain.
The Christmas bazaar season is hitting its peak and Saturday shoppers had plenty to pick from. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott stopped in at two craft bazaars and brings us this report.
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