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November 24th, 2016

STD Infection Continue to Rise in Wyoming

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According to the Wyoming Department of Health, sexually transmitted diseases continue to escalate in Wyoming.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Arney Talks About Hiring Daughter for Project

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, Christi Rolston, who received the contract to digitize Sheridan County district court records, is the daughter of Sheridan County Commissioner Bob Rolston.

Buffalo Turkey Trot Raises Awareness For Hospice Program

The Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice at the Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo had their annual Turkey Trot Thanksgiving morning, with upwards of 100 people braving the cold temperatures to participate in the 5K fun run and walk.

School Board Approves Staff Holiday Gifts

Employees of the Johnson County School District will be getting Holiday gift cards and gift baskets from the school board to show their appreciation for their hard work after the board approved the purchase of the items at their November meeting.

Fireworks Kick Off Holiday Shopping Season In Buffalo

The Christmas shopping season traditionally begins today, Black Friday, but in Buffalo, it will kick off with a fireworks display Saturday evening.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 25, 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. 25, 1916.

Thanksgiving Lunch at the Sheridan Senior Center

The Sheridan Senior Center will be providing a free Thanksgiving Lunch today according to Carmen Rideout, the Center’s Executive Director. She said they will be accepting donations for the sponsor, but it is not required.

November 23rd

Ringley Remembers 'Hamburger Louie'

Sheridan Media's article this week on Hot Tamale Louie prompted an email from Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley, another fan of Louie who remembers him well.

City Seeks Grant for Solar Power Exploration

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, the city of Sheridan will seek a $44,000 grant from the Wyoming Business Council to explore the potential for developing solar power options.