Celebrating the Tuba

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It was standing room only in the atrium of the Sheridan Holiday Inn Saturday, for the annual Tuba Christmas. A world-wide event, this year marked the 42nd annual event as the low brass instruments were upfront and center stage.

Look at the Birdie

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Counting our winter resident fine feathered friends, volunteers from the Sheridan area participated in the 116th annual Christmas Bird Count on Saturday. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott caught up with this bevy of birders.

Alcohol Compliance Checks Net One Illegal Sale

The Buffalo Police Department, on Wednesday, December 2nd, conducted alcohol compliance checks of local businesses.

Smith Sisters Performance Airs Tonight

A Christmas concert recorded live at the historic Sheridan Inn, featuring Annie and Amy Smith of Cheyenne will be presented tonight on Wyoming PBS.

Council Agenda Includes Appointment to SAWS Board

Sheridan’s city council meeting coming up on Monday features a light agenda that includes a liquor dealer request for extended hours during the holiday season and an appointment to the Sheridan Area Water Supply board known as SAWS.

Museum Holds Open House Before Closing for Season

Upcoming this weekend, will be the last opportunity to see this year's exhibits at the Sheridan County Museum in Sheridan, before it closes for the season.

Commissioner Details Air Quality Contract

The Sheridan County commissioners approved a congestion mitigation air quality program agreement with the Wyoming Department of Transportation during this week’s meeting.

Sheridan’s Tuba Christmas Set for Saturday

Imagine the deep, rich sound of a tuba booming out a holiday carol, times 30, and you’ve got a Tuba Christmas.

Christmas Button, Reverse Bingo, Window Decorating Winners

In case you've missed them, we have the winners for the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Christmas Buttons drawings, Reverse Bingo drawings, Window-Decorating Contest, and the winners of the Parade Float Contest.

UW Presidential Hopeful Advocates Consistency

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by Gregory Nickerson |

University of Wyoming presidential prospect Jeremy Haefner spoke to the benefits of an open search at the third and final public forum with candidates Monday. The provost from New York’s Rochester Institute of Technology said he liked meeting students and faculty in public.