Sheridan

A very busy day of events will be happening in Buffalo this Saturday, and we will be taking a closer look at them today and tomorrow to let everyone know what they can do to celebrate the Christmas season.

Today we will be focusing on the on-going events throughout the month of December.

Changes are in store for Sheridan's Mill Park and the Crook Fountain.

An ordinance raising the salaries of the mayor and council members passed second reading in the town meeting this week.

The annual Festival of Trees holiday event that raises money for the local Special Olympics teams is set for Monday night at Sheridan College in Sheridan.

The Sheridan Police Department is set to make an arrest soon in connection to the burglary of the Hospital Pharmacy on Main Street that happened in May.

Smoke may be visible in Sheridan this afternoon and tomorrow, according to the U.S. Forest Service, because firefighters plan to burn slash piles in the Bighorn National Forest about a quarter of a mile northwest of Burgess Junction. Spokeswoman Susan Douglas provided the details.

State Superintendent Cindy Hill still has a month in office, and she says she will be busy.

For many, retirement is right around the corner and now is the time to think about how to spend your free time.

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