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Governor Not Ready for Tax Increases Despite Coal Drop

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says he's not ready to support tax increases to cover what state analysts say will likely be a steep decline in coal revenues over the coming years.

Tickets Now Available for Community Holiday Dinner

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The 25th annual Community Holiday Dinner is set to take place Sunday, December 6 from 4 to 7 at the Holiday Inn in Sheridan. The turkey dinner with all the trimmings is free for the whole community, however, people do need to get tickets in advance to provide organizers with an accurate headcount.

Participation Sets Record in This Year's Stroll

The director of Sheridan County's Chamber of Commerce says the number of businesses participating in this year's Christmas Stroll may be a record.

Game and Fish Lifts Fire Ban

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has lifted a fire ban that was put into effect this summer on all lands within the Sheridan region that are owned or administered by the Game and Fish Commission.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 26, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 26, 1915.

Buffalo Hospice Turkey Trot This Morning

This morning, runners and walkers of all ages who may want to work up an appetite for Thanksgiving dinner later today can participate in Buffalo's annual Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice Turkey Trot, to benefit the Hospice Program at the Johnson County Healthcare Center.

Buffalo Senior Center Offering Thanksgiving Dinner Today

Buffalo's seniors and the public can enjoy a traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings today at the Buffalo Senior Center, located at 671 West Fetterman Street in Buffalo.

Sheridan's First Federal Announces New Name

Sheridan's First Federal Savings Bank has a new name.

Adult Hunters Still Need License to Kill Rabbits

A local game official says there’s still some confusion about hunting small game, like cottontail rabbits. Bud Stewart of the Sheridan Game and Fish office says anyone 14 years or older must have a small game license.