Bazaars Offer Good Time

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Saturday, three churches got into the swing of Christmas by hosting a couple of fundraising sales and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott swung by and brings us this report.

‘Standing By’ Theater Shows Continue

Presentations of the Sheridan Civic Theater Guild play about strangers on a plane falling in love called “Standing By” continues today at the Carriage House Theater.

Shriner’s Melodrama Continues

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Comatose, Horseback, Rip Roquefort, and Jenny Flutterpearl are among the cast members of the annual Shriner Melodrama called “Stop That Villain.”

Wildlife Specialist Clarifies How Hunting Fees Are Set

This week’s poll question to be discussed today on the Public Pulse show is: Should the Game and Fish have the authority to establish hunting and fishing fees?

Burgess Paints POW Picture with Words

A local historian talked about the hardships endured by the men who were prisoners of war during a program presented this week in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen was there to bring us the report.

Nearly 90 Veteran Schultz Still Counts Blessings

The images of war are fading now, yet a local World War II veteran continues to thank his lucky stars. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Flights Won’t Be Cancelled Because of Passenger Count

We’re just a week out from having commercial air service restored in Sheridan.

Sheridan College Hosts Veterans Ceremony

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Veterans Plaza on the campus of Sheridan College was the site of Veterans Day ceremony Wednesday afternoon. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter was there and has the details.

Veterans Day Speaker Sums Up Service in Three Words

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended one of Wednesday's special events for area veterans. Here's her report.

Survivor Remembers Pearl Harbor

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair met a Pearl Harbor survivor among the veterans at the Sheridan VA Medical Center this week. She interviewed him, and filed this story.