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November 27th, 2011

Community Foundation Awards Funds to Jo Co Recipients

Jan Spratt; Gary Havens, SJCF Director; Mona Pickering; Frances Slates; Laura Crawford; Bernie Spielman, SJCF Director; and Liz Sampson.

Two Buffalo-area entities were recently awarded grants from the Sheridan-Johnson Community Foundation. The Johnson County Family YMCA received a grant in the amount of $7,000 that will be used to purchase fitness equipment for the facility.

Jo Co Commissioner Explains City/County Engineer Need

Johnson County Commissioner Smokey Wildeman

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.

"Expressions of Wyoming"

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Artist Chessney Sevier

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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Kerry Eblen, part of a bell choir at the Christmas Stroll.

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.

November 26th

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

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.

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.

Cyber Monday Ends Monday Night

Cyber Monday begins tonight at sheridanmedia.com

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.

November 25th

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.