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December 5th

Governor Mead Asks Full Court to Review Roadless Rule Decision

Governor Mead Asks Full Court to Review Roadless Rule Decision

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead directed the state Monday to petition for a rehearing on the decision that upheld the Roadless Rule. Governor Mead would like the U.S. Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals to consider Wyoming’s arguments en banc.

Public Pulse - Monday 12/05/11

Library / Sheridan County Historical Society

Sheridan Rotary 'Panhandling For Polio'

Rotary will take donations at Sheridan High School all day Thursday. (Sheridan Media file photo)

The Sheridan Rotary, Rotaract and Interact clubs will take donations during their “Panhandling for Polio” fundraising event Thursday, December 8th at Sheridan High School.

Wyoming 5th In Funding Tobacco Prevention Programs

A report released last week says Wyoming ranks 5th in funding efforts to prevent kids from becoming smokers and helping the ones who do smoke quit.

Kalif Shrine Annual Christmas Party

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Eleven month-old Kayla Williams.

Hundreds of kids showed up Saturday to see Santa at the annual Kalif Shrine Christmas Party and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there.

December 4th

21st Annual Community Holiday Dinner

They started lining up as early as two Sunday afternoon for the 21st annual Community Holiday Dinner held at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

A Trail End Christmas

It was a Victorian-style Christmas over the weekend as the Trail End Museum held their annual open house. Cynde Georgen tells us what it was all about.

“Christmas is All in the Heart”

When it comes to Christmas programs, most of us think of the elementary school programs going on right now. But for the folks at the Sheridan Senior Center, they can put on a pretty darn good show themselves.