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Westview Celebrates with Family Christmas Dinner

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Westview Health Care Center hosted their annual Family Christmas Dinner on Thursday. The dining area was full as families spent time with their loved ones.

Yvette Voogd is the Recreation Director and says this day means so much for the residents.

Yellowstone or Bust

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Woodland Park School held their Christmas program, “Christmas Critters” Thursday and the 5th grade class took advantage of the crowd by setting up a table in the entrance selling Christmas treats.

Senior Center's Meals Program Receives $10,000 Gift

In the spirit of the holiday season, Gillette-based mining company Cloud Peak Energy, Inc. recently donated $10,000 to the Sheridan Senior Center to provide assistance to the center's Congregate and Home Delivered Meals program.

Extending the Life of the Landfill

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Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson (Photo by Ron Richter)

We conclude our series on the possibility of curbside recycling in Sheridan with a look at how recycling benefits the City Landfill. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Water Board Purchases Reservoir Shares

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board approved the purchase 150 shares of water in Dome Lake Reservoir from First Interstate Bank. SAWS Administrator Rod Liesinger provides the details of the purchase.

District 1 Trustees Elect New Officers

Carol Garber will head Sheridan County School District 1's board of trustees as chairman for the next year.

UPDATE: District Eyes 2016 for New School

The new Tongue River Elementary School could be substantially complete in June 2016, according to Marty Kobza.

Balow Prepares for Office

Jillian Balow will take office as Wyoming's new superintendent of public instruction in ceremonies on Jan. 5.

Whaley Pleads Not Guilty to Entry Charge

Paul Whaley pleaded not guilty this week to a charge of criminal entry.

Crashes Injure One, Could Prompt Traffic Changes

One vehicle crash this week resulted in a minor injury, and another could lead to a change in traffic regulations.

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