Sheridan

When Dan Lick, the founder and director of the People Assistance Food Bank heard a child share his frank attitudes towards law enforcement, he knew he had to do something. As a result, the Shop With a Cop program was created.

The Sheridan City Council will meet for their last regularly scheduled meeting of the year this evening. The Council will be considering the sale of three lots in the Sheridan Commercial Park. Council President John Heath.

The Chamber of Commerce has published a schedule for this week's legislative forum, which will be Tuesday and Wednesday in the City Council Chambers from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

The Cowboy Carousel Center hosted their first event at the center Saturday night, a book signing with local authors to give the community an opportunity to find out more about the center and their future plans, pick up some great reading material and enjoy refreshments and live music.

The so called “fiscal cliff” is looming over us. Spending has to be reined in and some government officials are calling for a reduction in entitlement programs, especially in Social Security and Medicare spending.

Sunday afternoon, the Hospice of the Big Horns hosted “A Celebration of Life” in the atrium of Sheridan Memorial Hospital's Medical Arts Complex.

Saturday, Habitat for Humanity held a special Christmas fundraiser with a very special guest. Santa was in the house at Sheridan Stationary reading “The Carpenter's Tale,” to all the little people there.

The Northern Wyoming Community College District's Board of Trustees unanimously approved an unqualified audit report at their most recent meeting. Joni Kumor, a Certified Public Accountant, says from her research it all looks good.

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