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This past weekend in Buffalo was a busy one for shoppers, parade-goers and those enjoying a bite to eat.

Hundreds of children got the chance to visit with Santa at the annual Kalif Shrine Christmas Party held at the Kalif Shrine Temple on Loucks Street. Balloons, plus a free lunch of hotdogs and chips, and a stocking from Santa's elves kept everyone happy.

The attendance at the 24th annual Community Holiday Dinner surpassed expectations as hundreds gathered at the Sheridan Holiday Inn for a free turkey dinner with all the trimmings.

In a new video recorded this week, U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) answered constituent questions on President Obama’s most recent executive order that granted amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants and an Environmental Protection Agency's proposed rule on ozone limits.

The One Book Wyoming program sponsored by the Wyoming State Library that featured local author Craig Johnson's “Spirit of Steamboat” novella this year comes to an end this month.

It was standing room only for Thursday's matinee featuring the Sheridan Senior Center's SheridanAires, the Center's choir.

A news release issued by Governor Matt Mead's office Thursday states that Wyoming has filed a petition to participate as a party as a Party with the Oregon Office of Administrative Hearings for the Coyote Island Terminal coal port contested case.

The carriage house at the historic Kendrick Mansion in Sheridan will be filled with music for the holidays. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

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