An elk hunt, custom made-to-order chaps and a set of new tires were just a few of the items auctioned off Saturday night during the National Finals Rodeo Fantasy Party held as a fundraiser for the Sheridan High School Rodeo team.

Sheridan's Holiday Inn was a busy place Saturday as the hotel put on a Holiday Gift Bazaar starting at 9 a.m.

Hundreds of people flocked to downtown Sheridan Friday night to shop, ride hay wagons and other vehicles and, of course, check the numbers on their Stroll buttons during this year's Christmas Stroll.

The Christmas shopping season traditionally begins today, Black Friday, but in Buffalo, it will kick off with a fireworks display Saturday evening.

The Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice at the Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo had their annual Turkey Trot Thanksgiving morning, with upwards of 100 people braving the cold temperatures to participate in the 5K fun run and walk.

Sheridan Media's article this week on Hot Tamale Louie prompted an email from Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley, another fan of Louie who remembers him well.

Sheridan County Museum Director John Woodward said a couple of exhibits for next year are currently in the planning stages.

Sheridan Fire and Rescue was paged to a report of a gas leak in the construction area next to Sheridan Memorial Hospital late Wednesday afternoon. According to Captain Gary Harnish, there were no injuries.

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