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December 3rd

21st Annual Community Holiday Dinner Is Sunday

The 21st Annual Community Holiday Dinner will be held this Sunday at the Holiday Inn. The dinner started out targeting those with an economic need but has grown to take in those with social or emotional needs as well.

December 3rd

Cheyenne Police: Student Died From Exposure

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Cheyenne police say a teenager found dead on the grounds of her high school died from exposure after a traffic accident. Police on Friday identified the student as 18-year-old Andrea Battle of Cheyenne. Police Capt.

Fun And Busy Day in Buffalo Today

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Today, at least in Buffalo, is the unofficial kick-off to the Christmas season, as many activities are scheduled for today and tonight around town.
To help you plan your day, here is a list of December 3rd activities, compiled by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce:

Resolution on the Koltiska Investigation May Come Next Week

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Resolution on the Koltiska Investigation May Come Next Week

It appears that a resolution is imminent regarding the investigation of former Sheridan County Clerk Audrey Koltiska.

Mead's Budget: Ongoing Spending Cuts While Still Investing In Wyoming

Gov. Matt Mead

Governor Matt Mead said the goal for his first biennial budget was to strike a balance between being fiscally conservative and capitalizing on opportunities to invest in Wyoming. So far, the governor is receiving praise across the state.

WyDOT: New Rules For CDL Holders In Wyo.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Department of Transportation says there's a new requirement for people who hold commercial driver's licenses in Wyoming.

Game & Fish's Warren Mischke Recognized By Peers

Mischke's Kid's Camp (G&F photo)

The Sheridan Game and Fish Department's Warren Mischke has been recognized by his co-workers with a “Peer Recognition Award” for his work with kids in the community and the overall positive impact he has on the people he works with.

19th Annual Festival of Trees

Thursday night the conference rooms at the Sheridan Holiday Inn took on the sparkle and glitter of Christmas for the nineteenth annual Festival of Trees, a fundraiser for Special Olympics.

SAGE Art Shows

A rose by Pat Trout

The Sheridan Artists Guild kicked off the holiday season with two art shows, one at Sheridan Fulmer Library and the other at the Main Street Gallery of Sheridan College.

Buffalo Full of Holiday Events This Weekend

In addition to the chili feed and the parade downtown this weekend, there are numerous other happenings going on to help welcome in the Christmas Holiday.
The Buffalo Senior Center will offer their annual Holiday Bazaar Friday and Saturday.
Sally Frost, with the Senior Center, tells us more.