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WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Cheyenne, WY – For those wondering when Santa Claus will make his visit to Wyoming, the exact time will be pinpointed by the people who monitor airspace safety over the United States and Canada. In fact, Santa will receive a military escort when he arrives over the U.S.

Downtown Sheridan continues to be bustling with what appears to be some last minute shoppers. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love hit the streets and learned that isn't exactly what's going on:

Following last week's tax changes the IRS announced Thursday they are asking some people to wait until February to file their return. Karen Connelly, regional IRS Spokesperson says that although most people will not be affected by these changes, those who fall into one of three categories should wait until mid to late February to file their return:

There was some news this week from the Wyoming Business Council regarding a $3 million dollar grant application which was to be used to expand the WYO Theater. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey explains:

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board held their final meeting of 2010, and spent several minutes listening to a presentation by and asking questions of Brian Bolton, with KWN Construction. Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty explains.

At Monday night's School District 1 Board meeting, the board listened to presentations by Tongue River Middle School 8th graders from Mrs. Moline's class tell about a project they helped produce for a statewide association. Student Casey Caywood explains.

General business approvals were made at the Sheridan County Commission's final 2010 regular meeting Tuesday.

At the final Sheridan County Commission meeting of 2010 Tuesday, Commissioners approved entering into a Joint Project Agreement between the National Weather Service and the City of Sheridan for stream gauging and rain gauging equipment for the Goose Creek Flood Notification Network Plan.

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