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December 6th

G&F Urges Motorists: Be Deer Aware

G&F wants motorists to be "deer aware" while driving.
G&F wants motorists to be "deer aware" while driving.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Regional Office in Sheridan has received many phone calls recently of injured deer near roadways.

Barrasso Feels Washington Should Keep Taxes Low for All Americans

U.S. Senator John Barrasso
U.S. Senator John Barrasso

Over the weekend, U.S. Senator John Barrasso voted against two measures that would have extended Bush-era tax cuts.

Trees of Love at Sheridan Memorial

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Leslie Viren, Jennifer Lueders, Janet Lowman and Ariel Downing -- Brinton Flutes -- entertained a crowd of about 40 with holiday music at the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary's Annual Trees of Love Tree Lighting on Sunday. (Courtesy Photo)

The annual Trees of Love Lighting Ceremony took place Sunday afternoon at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. Hospital Community Relations Director Cecile Pattison says that lights on the four large evergreen trees in front of the hospital may still be purchased.

Community Holiday Dinner Sunday Night

Sunday evening marked the 20th anniversary of the Community Holiday Dinner and it was deemed another success.  Hungry hordes arrived early, forming a line that snaked its way around the atrium area of the Sheridan Holiday Inn waiting to be served up a fabulous turkey dinner with all the trimmings.

Trail End Holiday Open House

one of seven Christmas trees on display throughout the Trail End Museum.

The sights, sounds, and scents of Christmas came alive Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings at the annual Holiday Open House at the Trail End Museum in Sheridan.

Kalif Kid’s Christmas Party

Saturday was no small undertaking at the 12th Annual Kalif Kid’s Christmas Party as over 1000 children showed up to see Santa.  The wait was but a half hour and the kids waited patiently.

Patrick Wright was there with his brother Joseph.

“Family, Friends, and Christmas”

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Joe Laughton hams it up as he sings "I Yust Go Nuts at Christmas" during the SheridanAires Christmas Concert at the Senior Center.

"Let It Snow"

That's the SheridanAires, the premier Senior Center choir which presented their Christmas program Saturday afternoon at the Senior Center on Smith Street.

Alan Simpson Warns of the “Denizens of Darkness”

Though the bi-partisan deficit commission didn't have the 14 votes necessary for their recommendations to automatically go before Congress, it seems likely many of the proposals will still go forward as tentative legislation.

Poll Question: Deficit Commission Plan

This week in Cheyenne, former Senator Al Simpson and Erskine Bowles will attending the 2010 Wyoming Forum, to be held December 7th and 8th at the Little America Hotel and Convention Center.

December 6th

Sheridan City Council Preview

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The Sheridan City Council will meet for their first meeting of December tonight. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says that with the wide variety of topics that the Council will address, tonight's meeting could be a long one.