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Trail End Holds Open House for Holidays

The Trail End State Historic Site was decorated for the holidays, while Father Christmas, also known as Santa Claus, visited with children in the third-floor ballroom during the annual Holiday Open House this weekend.

Hospital Lights Trees of Love

Decorated with lights provided by at least 800 people, the four Trees of Love were turned on for the Christmas season at Sheridan Memorial Hospital Sunday night.

New Crow Chairman to be Sworn In

A.J. Not Afraid will be inaugurated as the new Crow Tribe chairman in ceremonies at 11:30 a.m. Monday at Crow Agency.

Giving Honor Where Honor is Due

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Hundreds turned out to help support the medical expenses of Cindy Killworth Boyd in her battle against bone marrow cancer and amyloid disease and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

First-Ever Woodcarvers Show and Sale

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The Woodcarvers of the Big Horns held their inaugural Show and Sale Extravaganza Saturday in Sheridan. Three floors of exquisite craftsmanship had visitors coming and going.

Annual Trail End Open House

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The sights and sounds of the holiday season were felt throughout the Trail End Museum as hundreds turned out for its annual holiday open house and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Shriners Host Christmas Party for Children

Sheridan area children visited with Santa Claus and received Christmas stockings stuffed with goodies during a Christmas party at the Kalif Shrine on West Loucks Street in Sheridan Saturday morning.

Ranchester Hosts Craft Bazaar

Ranchester's Town Hall was packed with vendors Saturday for the town's High Mountain Holiday Craft Bazaar.

Pizza Hut To Install New “Little Free Library” Tuesday

There will be a new library outside Pizza Hut in Sheridan on Tuesday. This is a company wide initiative according to Elizabeth Kubik, with Pizza Hut’s Corporate Content and Communications Office.

New City Administrator Getting Settled In

Sheridan’s new City Administrator Mark Collins started work on Wednesday in Sheridan’s City Hall. After a busy couple of days, Collins caught up with us to share a little about himself.