Sheridan

A recent poll conducted by the University of Wyoming, and reported by the Billings Gazette, shows Wyomingites in the northeastern corner of the state are the most dissatisfied with the reintroduction of wolves into the state.

The 17th annual Christmas Stroll attracted hundreds of people to Downtown Sheridan Friday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

Earlier this week, Sheridan Media News reported the Sheridan County Commissioners approved two grants for reclamation of areas affected by wildfires earlier this year.

Today marks “Black Friday,” and for Sheridan, that means the 17th annual Christmas Stroll downtown. Judy Taylor is serving on the committee again this year, as she has since the local tradition began.

Over the last few days we have looked at the Gilead Fire and some of the contributing factors that made suppression of the fire difficult. Suppression was the top priority from the beginning, but conditions and and human safety were major factors in all decisions relating to the fire.

The red carpet was rolled out at the Sheridan Palace Restaurant Thanksgiving Day. It was a feast fit for a king as the owners, Jane and Steve Cain fed close to 300 people, all at no charge. It began fourteen years ago.

It's become one big family.

It was a crisp Thanksgiving morn as hundreds showed up to participate in the annual Turkey Trot held at Kendrick Park and sponsored by Volunteers of America.

Ethan Boone, Director of Communications for VOA says it was all for a great cause.

There's still time this morning to get down to the Kendrick Park Bandshell and participate in the annual Volunteers of America Turkey Trot. Aside from doing preemptive damage control for the inevitable Thanksgiving binge, the event benefits the community's homeless shelter.

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