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November 29th, 2011

SheridanAires to Hold Annual Winter Concert This Week

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SheridanAires to Hold Annual Winter Concert This Week

The SheridanAires will present their winter concert this week at the Sheridan Senior Center entitled “Christmas is All in the Heart”. Senior Center Activities Director Jane Perkins says that they've expanded this year's show a bit.

Festival of Trees - Center of Attraction

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Normally you look up to see the Festival of Trees banner - today you can look straight ahead. The 19th annual festival is on tap for Wednesday and Thursday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. This wonderful Christmas-time event benefits the Special Olympics thanks in part to the donated trees, wreaths and centerpieces that will overflow conference rooms at the Holiday Inn.

Todd Trial Set For Dec. 20

Attorneys in the case of an 18-year-old Sheridan man facing a charge of sexual abuse of a minor met for pretrial conferencing Tuesday morning in 4th Judicial District Court.

City of Sheridan Receives State Grant for Water Quality

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The City of Sheridan has received a $400,000 grant from the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality to address pollution in Little Goose and Goose Creek. In 2010, DEQ released the Goose Creek Watershed TMDL.

SHS Students Sending Christmas Care Packages To Troops (Update: Taking Donations Until 12/7)

(Sheridan Media file photo)

Sheridan High School's W.A.T.CH. program is collecting cards, letters and other items to fill care packages that they will send to the troops this holiday season.

November 28th

BRONC SWIMMERS AND DIVERS HIT THE WATER

BRONC SWIMMING / DIVING - The Sheridan Bronc swimmers got into the pool Monday night to begin the first day of the 2011-12 season and it was a disappointing first day for new Head coach Brent Moore as only three swimmers and two divers showed up on day one.

There is still plenty of time this week for any freshmen through seniors to come out and begin practice.

Buffalo's Meadowlark Third Graders to Perform Nutcracker

An annual Holiday tradition will be offered again this year as Buffalo's Meadowlark Elementary School third-graders perform the Nutcracker Thursday, December 1st at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

Wildeman Discusses Jo Co Airport Project

Johnson County Commissioner Smokey Wildeman

Johnson County Commissioner Smokey Wildeman felt the need to discuss the proposed projects at the Johnson County Airport, including the purchase of lands for expansion and realignment of the runway, the possibility of providing water to the facility and other amenities that may be added in the coming years.

Jo Co Kids Learn Business Through New 4-H Program

Rachel Vardiman

A new program that pairs 4-H kids with local businesses to learn about the particular business and learn different skills associated with them is a success after the first two kids recently completed the program.

Snowy Mountains

Big Horn Mountains from southeast of Sheridan.
Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography.