Sheridan is full of Christmas traditions and the Kalif Shrine is no different. Saturday was their annual Kids Christmas Party, a tradition that goes back nearly 15 years and Sheridan Media’s reporter Judy Hagerott was there.

A brisk Saturday morning brought the Sheridan High School wrestling team out in full force proving just how tough they are.

The deadline for a petition that’s been circulating throughout Sheridan that would call for the City of Sheridan to hold a special election regarding a recently approved ordinance that established the position of city administrator is December 17.

A Christmas village is among the decorations that will greet visitors to Sheridan Memorial Hospital Sunday for the annual Trees of Love lighting ceremonies.

Treating parents to a time away for themselves, the Sagebrush Community Art Center hosted a “Parents Night Out” in partnership with the Open Range Restaurant in the Historic Sheridan Inn Friday night.

A turn-of-the century Victorian Christmas is in the offerings this weekend at the Kendrick Mansion in Sheridan.

The Sheridan WYO Rodeo has been named the “2015 Large Rodeo of the Year” by the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association. The announcement was made Thursday at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Participants of a University of Wyoming program aimed at improving children’s health are already showing improvements. Healthy Pokes Program Director Karen Gaudreault says the program is an integrated approach to address obesity and overall health of at-risk youth in the state.

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