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December 22nd

Another Monday, Another Cause

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Photo by Ron Richter.

Though Christmas is this Thursday, those who are interested in extending the season of giving can do so next week during another Dining For a Cause event at Frackelton's.

ICU Expansion is Hospital Priority

Expansion of Sheridan Memorial Hospital's intensive care unit is a priority.

Hospital Board Defers Meeting

Sheridan Memorial Hospital's board of directors will meet next week.

Salvation Army Captain Wins Christmas Stroll Bucks

In a somewhat ironic turn of events, Capt. Don Warriner of the Salvation Army who spends most of his days giving of his time to provide for others was the big winner of Chamber Bucks over the weekend for getting caught shopping.

Police Departments Receive $5.7M in Military Gear

(Public domain photograph from defenseimagery.mil)

By Gregory Nickerson - WyoFile.com

Since 1997, law enforcement agencies in Wyoming have acquired $5.7 million in military gear through the Department of Defense 1033 Program.

Sheridan Hockey Classic Features Barrel Racing Expo

New to the Wyoming Winter Classic Hockey game to be played this year on New Years Day in Sheridan will be hockey-style barrel racing featuring Sheridan's PeeWees.

Crazy Oil Prices and New Drilling Technologies Biggest News in 2014

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Bill Sniffin

Both statewide and worldwide, the biggest news story of 2014 has involved oil – both in how prices have dipped and how production has grown.

Case Advances Against Man Accused in Fatal Crash

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A judge in Gillette has ordered a 26-year-old man to stand trial in district court on a charge that he caused a traffic fatality while driving drunk.

December 21st

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

'Longmire' Author Entertains Occidental Crowd

'Longmire' author Craig Johnson, left, talks with fans. (All photos by Aaron Palmer)

Craig Johnson, local author and creator of the Longmire series of books that have been adapted into the Longmire television series, read from his latest Christmas short story, answered questions and offered some entertaining anecdotes at a book reading event at Buffalo's Occidental Hotel over the weekend.