Archive - Nov 2011 - News

November 28th

Jo Co Commissioner Explains City/County Engineer Need

Johnson County Commission Chair Smokey Wildeman feels the need to explain more about the joint City/County engineer position that the entities have formally decided to back.

First Light Up Buffalo Event a Measured Success

Although no throngs of people showed up downtown this past weekend for Buffalo's first-ever Light Up Buffalo event, there were people that participated in the various events throughout the day, and those who showed up to witness the lighting of the community Christmas Tree Saturday afternoon.

November 28th

"Expressions of Wyoming"

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Bradford Brinton Memorial and Museum near Big Horn is holding its 21st Annual Holiday Show, this time featuring the work Chessney Sevier and William Hugh Jennings.

A 'Tongue in Cheek' Look at the Stroll

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It's a long-held tradition for folks to head downtown the night after Thanksgiving to take part in the annual Sheridan Christmas Stroll.

Caregiver Saturdays at the Sheridan Senior Center

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The Sheridan Senior Center will be adding something new in December in an attempt to help give caregivers a break from all that they do.

Christmas Tree Debate: Real Or Fake?

(WY News Service) -- It's Christmas tree shopping season, and Director of The Nature Conservancy Bill Ulfelder has some advice for those unable to decide between a real tree or a fake one.

Wyoming Nonprofits Receive Over $51,000 in Grants From the Daniels Fund

The Daniels Fund bestowed $51,200 in grant funds to a couple of Wyoming nonprofits recently. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

November 27th

Cyber Monday Ends Monday Night

Your chance to save up to 50% off of retail on a number of gift certificates from local merchants begins tonight at 7 pm as Cyber Monday gets underway here at sheridanmedia.com.

Lodge Grass Staying Strong Following Tough Year

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - It's been a long six months for Lodge Grass. In May, floodwaters inundated the reservation town of about 500, turning it into a temporary island and swamping businesses, churches and houses.

Mead Finishing Work On Fiscally Conservative Budget

Governor Matt Mead will present his budget for the next two years on December first. In a media release from his office, the governor says he's finishing work on a fiscally conservative budget.