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December 1st

Bighorn Snowkite Summit This Week

Up To 50 Snowkiters will be at a local lodge in the Bighorns this week. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Memorial Lights on Sale for Hospital Tree-Lighting

Memorial lights are on sale for the Trees of Love at Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

Ag Center Construction to Start Next Year

The proposed new Mars Ag Center at Sheridan College is currently being designed, according to Facilities Director Kent Anderson.

Library Hosts School Art

An exhibit of by students of Sheridan's Holy Name School will start Wednesday at Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library.

Ranchester to Consider Salaries

Ranchester's town council will consider second-reading approval Tuesday night to an ordinance raising salaries of the mayor and council members.

Deaths Reported: Split Ticket Voting is Dead; A Report of a Wyoming Monk who Croaked

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In a recent column, I questioned that in the current Wyoming Republican-dominated political landscape, would it even be possible for such popular Democrat governors as Ed Herschler, Mike Sullivan or Dave Freudenthal to win today?

Visiting Artists Will Talk About Their Process During Jentel Presents

The local community will have the opportunity Tuesday night to meet six artists from across the country who are visiting the area as participants of the Jentel artist in residency program.

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November 30th

Town Partakes In 'Light Up Buffalo' Events

This year's “Light Up Buffalo” events were celebrated this past Saturday in Buffalo, with the cold weather not keeping people away, only re-thinking how to enjoy them.

Buffalo Council Passes Fence Ordinance On Second Read

The Buffalo City Council had the second reading of Ordinance No. 1374, which will change the wording of existing city code concerning fencing in the city limits, at their last meeting.