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November 21st, 2016

Christmas Parade, Chili Feed A Go After Council Approval

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's annual Christmas Parade and Chili Feed will be happening again this year in early December as usual, after the city council approved requests for street closures and the use of Crazy Woman Square for the events.

Buffalo's 2016 Turkey Trot Thanksgiving Day

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice and the Johnson County Family YMCA will again be having their annual Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day, to with proceeds going to help the hospice program.

County Planner Updates Commission On Subdivision Regs

Johnson County Planner Jim Waller has been working on updating the county's subdivision regulations, including updating the Water Quality Rules to meet new requirements enacted by the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) on small waste water systems.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 22, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Nov. 22, 1916.

City Council Approves Land Purchase

Sheridan's City Council Monday night approved a resolution authorizing purchase of about 31 acres of land adjoining North Park and bordering Goose Creek for one-third of a mile on Sheridan's north side.

Sheridan County High School Rodeo Team Hosts 2016 NFR Party

The Sheridan County High School rodeo team is currently comprised of students from Sheridan High School and Big Horn High School. These students work year-round to earn enough money for their two-day rodeo every Memorial Day weekend at the Sheridan county fairground.

Court Records Action Under Fire

Action by Sheridan County commissioners to approve a contract to digitize district court records has come under fire from a Sheridan man who maintains the project never went through a bid process, and no local vendors were contacted with regard to the project.

Kinskey Considers New Legislation

State Sen. Dave Kinskey of Sheridan said he plans to introduce a bill in the Legislature next year that will broaden the list of goods and services that must be advertised before they can be purchased.

One Fatality in Crash South of Kaycee

A one vehicle crash Sunday, has resulted in the death of 14 Year old Kaycee resident Kaylene Enloe. The crash occurred at 6:32pm near mile post 101 on Wyoming State Highway 190 approximately two miles southwest of Kaycee.

Cowboys Playing Most Hectic & Crazy Season in UW History

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During University of Wyoming home football games, War Memorial Stadium in Laramie becomes the fifth largest city in the state.