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December 8th

District 2 Trustees Approve Land Purchase

Vice Chairman Ann Perkins Presides at Trustees' Meeting (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County School District 2 have approved purchase of land on Sheridan's north side for construction of a sixth elementary school.

Festival of Trees

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The Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center Atrium took on a festive flair as the 22nd annual "Festival of Trees," one of the larger fundraisers for the Special Olympics athletes of Sheridan and Johnson County was held there Monday night.

Life on a Chain

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A Sheridan woman is attempting break the chain regarding pet owners who tether their dogs on their property. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

County to Keep Portion of Dana Avenue Closed

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In November of 2011, the Sheridan County Commission closed Dana Avenue from 13th to 15th street due to safety concerns for the traveling public and the residents that reside adjacent to the section of road.

Networking Topic of Chamber Luncheon

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The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon will take place Wednesday at the Best Western Sheridan Center from 11:30 to 1. Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson says that the program will focus on “networking”.

Books, Jerky, Pottery and Other Ideas for Wyoming-oriented Christmas Gifts

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Retiring Secretary of State Max Maxfield thinks copies of the new Wyoming commemorative coin would make a great Christmas gift.

Trustees to Tour District Schools

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees will tour the district's schools and offices in a work session on Wednesday.

December 7th

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Wyoming Main Street's Randolph Announces Retirement

Mary Randolph, Director of the Wyoming Main Street Program with the Wyoming Rural Development Council, spoke to the Buffalo City Council at a recent meeting on the Main Street Program and also to announce her pending retirement from the organization.

VOA Gives Quarterly Report to Johnson County

Scott Duncan, with Volunteers of America, gave the latest quarterly report to the Johnson County Commissioners at a recent meeting, saying numbers of those involved in their juvenile justice and probation services they provide the county are remaining high.