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November 15th, 2010

Public Pulse - Monday 11/15/10

Sheridan College Faculty Lecture- Tom Johannesmeyer, Eruptive Dynamics of the Yellowstone Caldera w// Community Holiday Dinner

Full House at the Library Auction

It was a full house at the 28th annual Friends of the Library Auction Saturday night.

It was a packed house as over 400 supporters of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library gathered Saturday night for the 28th Annual “Friends of the Library” Auction.  The major fundraiser for the library, it was elbow-to-elbow traffic as attendees strolled through the large variety of items t

First of Many Art Hops Coming to Sheridan

Lauren Sarantopulos takes on "Popeye" at the "Our Community Art Show and Sale" held Saturday.

The first of many “Sheridan Art Hops” was held at the Sheridan Parks and Recreation Center south of Sheridan on Saturday.  Called the “Our Community Art Show and Sale,” Skye Evers, coordinator for the event tells us what it’s all about.

Poll Question: State High School Football Championship Venue

War Memorial Stadium at the University of Wyoming

For the second year, the Wyoming State High School Football Championships were played in War Memorial Stadium at the University of Wyoming in Laramie.

November 15th

The Big Horn Rams, Sheridan Broncs and Buffalo Bison had to settle being the Runner-ups on football championship weekend

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Rams started the day day Saturday facing Thermopolis in the 2-A title game. The Rams had trouble getting the ball into the Endzone settling on three Colby Wollenmen field goals as Thermopolis avenged a regular season loss to Big Horn knocking the Rams of 13-9.

Following the game Head coach Bert Dow said it's tough consoling players after a championship loss.

He says they moved the ball well most of the game but couldn't finish those drives with touchdowns.

Tonight's City Council Meeting Could Be a Long One

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This evening's Sheridan City Council meeting could go into the wee hours of the night, or morning for that matter, as there are a number of big issues on the agenda. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

The “Spice” Problem is Being Addressed Locally

The Sheridan City Council will consider an ordinance tonight that would ban the substance known as “Spice”, which is a synthetic form of marijuana, and is currently legal in Sheridan.

Occidental Jam a Big Draw in Buffalo

The Occidental Hotel's Thursday Night Jam in Buffalo.

On most Thursdays for the last four years, musicians and music fans have been gathering at the historic Occidental Hotel in Buffalo to enjoy camaraderie, catch up with each other and to enjoy some live music.

JC Solid Waste District Funding: Now What?

JC Landfill Manager Doug Shimic

The mill levy for the Johnson County Solid Waste District passed on a nearly two-to-one margin at the Nov. 2 General Election. But what exactly does that mean? Aaron Palmer, Johnson County News Director for Sheridan Media has the story.

International Education Week

“From Salsa to Swahili: Explorations through Cuba and Kenya” and “Learning Psychology in the Oceans” are just a couple of the presentations that will be held at Sheridan College for “International Education Week.” Claudia Colnar, International Student Recruiter and Coordinator for