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December 5th

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.

HIGH SCHOOL WINTER SPORTS OPENING WEEKEND RESULTS

The Bronc's Scott Brown scores against Green River

BRONC / LADY BRONC HOOPS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc basketball teams swept four victories on the opening weekend of the basketball season. they both had no problem with Green River Friday but Saturday's games were much better.

The Lady Broncs got by Billings Senior 43-40 at home the Broncs took out Billings Senior with a late surge to win 63-55.

Head coach Mike Ibach says it was exactly what they needed to see a tough physical opponent.

Sheridan County Historical Society To Hold Christmas Silent Auction

(Sheridan Media file photo)

The Sheridan County Historical Society will hold their Christmas Silent Auction to support the Sheridan County Museum in conjunction with its December dinner this Thursday night.

Buffalo Awarded Grant For Crazy Woman Square Redesign

Zach Montgomery

The Wyoming Business Council, at their meeting last week, awarded a grant in the amount of $500,000 to the City of Buffalo for the redesign and construction of Crazy Woman Square in downtown Buffalo.

JCHC Board Discusses Replacing Retiring Doctors

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The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees had their monthly meeting last week, and discussed replacing two doctors that are retiring.

Buffalo, Kaycee Athletes Open Winter Seasons Strong

The Buffalo and Kaycee boys' and girls' basketball teams were in action this weekend and played well for opening weekend.
Buffalo Boys were in Cody for the East/West Tournament and came away with a 2-1 record for their efforts.
The Bison opened with a tough 53-43 loss to Lander Friday, but bounced back on Saturday with wins over Jackson 45-32, and Cody 44-34.
The Lady Bison hosted the girls' East/West Tournament at BHS, and they also came away with a 2-1 record for the weekend.
Buffalo downed Pinedale 30-28 and beat Jackson 42-34 before dropping their game with Cody 41-28.