The people’s Christmas tree was passing through Sheridan Tuesday morning on its way from Alaska to Washington D.C. and I didn’t want to miss my chance to be a part of history.

Several events have been planned today throughout the local area to honor veterans. All are open to the public, free of charge. Two ceremonies will be held, at 11 this morning, one in Sheridan and the other in Buffalo.

Johnson County's Commissioners have accepted a Corrective Boundary Line Adjustment for a county property owned by Dave Guyton, the third correction to the boundaries in recent weeks.

Buffalo's City Council has decided to become part of the Wyoming Water and Wastewater Agency Response Network, or WYWARN System, which offers help to member towns and cities from others in the system in the case of an emergency situation.

This month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will host their After Hours event Thursday, November 12th at the Buffalo Senior Center where they will show off a new look in the center itself and a new senior center-sponsored venture that recently opened.

Victorian-inspired wreaths, Christmas stockings, furniture and jewelry could all be found at the Behind the Picket Fence craft fair over the weekend in Sheridan, which featured vintage and recycled finds.

The public will receive an update on the Sheridan commercial air service, scheduled to restart this month, during this week’s monthly luncheon hosted by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Buffalo's Veteran's Day services will be happening at 11 o'clock in the morning this Veteran's Day, Wednesday, November 11th.

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