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At just after 10:00 am Thanksgiving morning Gene Sturlin, from Sheridan Media, with his left arm in the air signaled the start of the 32nd Annual Volunteers of America Turkey Trot in Kendrick Park.

The 2012 All-State Football Selections by the Wyoming Coaches Association have been announced and Sheridan County has 10-players on the list. From Sheridan High School are: Mitch Goodwin, Cody Delk, Nate Kane and Collin Eisenman - From Normative Services: Kevin Keim - From Big Horn High School: Will O'Dell, Lucas Wollenman, Scott Passini, Connor McCafferty and Matthew Wigglesworth.

Ada Kirven (left) of the "Movember" Initiative for Mens' Health, proudly displays the symbol of mens' health awareness month--a mustache. Joined by Sheridan Media's Public Pulse host, Kim Love and her teammates, Liz Gale and Cal Furnish, the whole group celebrated the cause this morning. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

Tuesday evening in the Sue Henry Auditorium at Sheridan High School it was all "Jazz." If you weren't there you missed out on some great performers doing some great numbers such as: Nightshift, Bye Bye Blackbird and Brown-Eyed Girl. The 19-member jazz band directed by Diane Knutson kicked off the high school band schedule for the school year.

Colonel Brian Nesvik, Commanding Officer 115th Fires Brigade, Wyoming National Guard, delivers the keynote address during the Northern Wyoming Community College District Dedication Ceremony for the Veterans Plaza at Sheridan College at 11:00 am Monday, November 12, 2012.

During veteran's recognition at the Veterans Day program of the VA Medical Center Sunday morning WWII veterans Charlie Patton tipped his hat while Melvin M. Heckman stood holding the commemorative medallion that was given to each veteran.

Election day is drawing healthy crowds to the polling locations in Sheridan County. At 10 a.m., voter waiting times were minimal, but a steady stream of voters kept elections officials busy. (Photos by Tracee Davis)

Sheridan Media partnered with the Sheridan-Johnson Community Foundation to contribute $3,000 toward the Sheridan High School Community Donations and Hardship Funds. The funds are used to fill in financial gaps for students who need assistance paying for school lunches, technical certification, testing, and sports-related expenses, including equipment.

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