Among the announcements made this week on the Public Pulse show by the Sheridan College president was that the theater department has a show opening this week.

In light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has joined other governors across the country in demanding the refugee process be halted until it’s guaranteed to provide the security demanded by citizens of the United States. He made the statement through a release from his office.

Jack Pelissier, Judy Taylor and Esther McKenzie have been named the 2016 Keystone Award honorees.

Sheridan County commissioners will appoint three people next year to view a proposed change in the alignment of County Road 112, which is Park and Skinner streets in the Downer Addition just north of Sheridan.

Two Sheridan County youth organizations have special plans for the holiday season. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

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Wyoming's Poet Laureate, Rose Hill of Sheridan, will be the featured guest for a “Day For Poetry” today in Buffalo, beginning with writing seminars at Buffalo High School and ending with a reception and poetry reading tonight at the Occidental Hotel downtown.

Johnson County has been awarded an OJJDP (or Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention) Grant for nearly $35,000 and the commissioners approved chairman Jim Hicks to sign the award agreement document at their Tuesday meeting.

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