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You may have heard about the new GM car you can't hear and now Ed Hammer Inc. has two of them that are ready, willing and able to be looked at, test driven and not heard. I'm talking about the 2012 Chevrolet Volt - like this one sitting below the Ed Hammer Inc. sign which if my math is correct has arrived in time to help celebrate a dealership in business for nearly 75 years.

A year and a half after the Town of Ranchester was awarded a Wyoming Business Council Community Development Block Grant in May 2010, an additional Business Ready Communities grant and some matching funds provided by the Town of Ranchester, the Ranchester Entryway Rehabilitation Plan is well underway.

During the recent Bronc football award night Sheridan senior Jordan Roberts emceed the presentation of a framed Bronc football jersey to Head Football Coach Don Julian. The number 23 represents Sheridan's 23rd State Football Championship. This achievement is perhaps among the reasons why Julian was named Fall Sports Coach of the Year for football by the Wyoming Coaches Association.

In front of a beautiful Sheridan area backdrop "Resound," hosted by the First Interstate Bank, shared handbell music for the 16th Annual Sheridan Christmas Stroll just as it has done for over ten of its more than fifteen years of sharing with the community. Their musical selections include classic hymns and contemporary arrangements for the handbell choir.

Enroute to this handshake with Sheridan High School Running Back Jordan Roberts Sheridan's Head Football Coach Don Julian announced that Roberts had just been honored by the Gatorade Company as its 2011-12 Gatorade Wyoming Football Player of the Year. Roberts joins former Sheridan Bronc Austin Woodward who won the award for 2009-10.

Looks like Nicholas Aasby, Ginnette Aasby, Carol Ashbrook, Gabriel Aasby and Kim Gilbert are making tracks for the "Sister's Christmas Catechism" - The Mystery of the Magi's Gold. Are you? It is a fundraiser to benefit the Holy Name Catholic School and will be held on Saturday, December 3rd at the Junior High School Early Auditorium. Doors open at 5:00 pm with the show starting at 7:00 pm.

Normally you look up to see the Festival of Trees banner - today you can look straight ahead. The 19th annual festival is on tap for Wednesday and Thursday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. This wonderful Christmas-time event benefits the Special Olympics thanks in part to the donated trees, wreaths and centerpieces that will overflow conference rooms at the Holiday Inn.

By Sheridan Fire Rescue Marshal Brian Songer.

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