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A 'Tongue in Cheek' Look at the Stroll

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Kerry Eblen, part of a bell choir at the Christmas Stroll.

It's a long-held tradition for folks to head downtown the night after Thanksgiving to take part in the annual Sheridan Christmas Stroll.

Caregiver Saturdays at the Sheridan Senior Center

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The Sheridan Senior Center will be adding something new in December in an attempt to help give caregivers a break from all that they do.

Christmas Tree Debate: Real Or Fake?

(WY News Service) -- It's Christmas tree shopping season, and Director of The Nature Conservancy Bill Ulfelder has some advice for those unable to decide between a real tree or a fake one.

Wyoming Nonprofits Receive Over $51,000 in Grants From the Daniels Fund

Wyoming Nonprofits Receive Over $51,000 in Grants From the Daniels Fund

The Daniels Fund bestowed $51,200 in grant funds to a couple of Wyoming nonprofits recently. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Cyber Monday Ends Monday Night

Cyber Monday begins tonight at sheridanmedia.com

Your chance to save up to 50% off of retail on a number of gift certificates from local merchants begins tonight at 7 pm as Cyber Monday gets underway here at sheridanmedia.com.

Lodge Grass Staying Strong Following Tough Year

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - It's been a long six months for Lodge Grass. In May, floodwaters inundated the reservation town of about 500, turning it into a temporary island and swamping businesses, churches and houses.

Mead Finishing Work On Fiscally Conservative Budget

Governor Matt Mead will present his budget for the next two years on December first. In a media release from his office, the governor says he's finishing work on a fiscally conservative budget.

16th Annual Christmas Stroll

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While “Old Man Winter” tried to raise his ugly head with blustery north winds, even he couldn't deter the crowds that filled Main Street during the 16th annual Christmas Stroll in historic downtown Sheridan Friday night.

Sen. Barrasso Spends Thanksgiving With Troops In Kosovo

Sen. Barrasso shares Thanksgiving dinner with Wyoming Army National Guard soldiers at Camp Bondsteel Kosovo. (office of Sen. Barrasso photo)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - U.S. Sen. John Barrasso spent Thanksgiving with Wyoming National Guard troops serving in Kosovo.

Mead Praises Private Industry For Unemployment Decrease

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, in a media release from his office this week, praised private industry including energy, tourism and agriculture for creating jobs in Wyoming.