Archive - Dec 20, 2010 - News

A Very Merry Tuba Christmas

Eighty year-old Mo Campbell was the oldest member of the Tuba Christmas concert held Saturday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

Over thirty tuba-toting band members took center stage at the Holiday Inn atrium Saturday afternoon for Sheridan’s 11th Annual Tuba Christmas Concert.

Helping Harried Parents

Five year-old Nevaeh Finn participates in a pom pom blowing contest.

The last weekend before Christmas had shoppers out in a frenzy in downtown Sheridan and Karen St. Clair came up with a great idea to help parents do their last minute Christmas shopping...a jewelry making party. She tells us.

Bluegrass Jam Class at SCJC

A local musician and teacher will be offering a Bluegrass Jamming Class for those interested in learning how to “jam.” This isn't for the beginner looking to learn to play their instrument; rather, the class is more for the novice or inexperienced musician looking to become more familiar with th

JC Commission Meeting Tuesday

Johnson County Commissioners

The Johnson County Commission will have their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday in the Council Chambers at the Johnson County Courthouse beginning at 9 am.

A & E to Shoot Pilot of Local Author's Novels

Author Craig Johnson's Walt Longmire mysteries have been picked up by A & E.

Sheridan author Craig Johnson, who has penned six Walt Longmire mysteries and has a seventh coming out next June, officially received word that a major television network has given the green light to a pilot series based on his books. Mary Jo Johnson has the story.

Poll Question: Grandma vs. Reindeer Carol

Album cover of Dr. Elmo's classic Christmas novelty hit. Dr. Elmo is a yearly guest on KROE's Public Pulse. (courtesy photo)

Sacred Christmas carols and joyful Christmas songs have been filling the airwaves, stages, street corners and stores for several weeks now, and we all have our favorites.

UW President Looks Forward to Working With New Administration

UW President Tom Buchanan (Courtesy Photo)

University of Wyoming President Tom Buchanan is anxious to begin working with Governor Elect Matt Mead. Buchanan says that he has had a chance to meet with Mead since the election and he's positive about what the future holds.

City Council Will Address Feeding of Deer Tonight

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The Sheridan City Council will hold their final meeting of 2010 this evening, and every indication is that it will be a long one.