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Local Entrepreneur to Give Presentation Tonight

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Ron Kensey, CEO of Kennon Products (courtesy photo)

e2e Wyoming will be hosting a presentation by Ron Kensey, CEO of Sheridan Company Kennon Products, today at 5:30 at the Best Western in Sheridan.

Buffalo Contractors Renewing Licenses Above Expectations

Toby Rhoades

City of Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades said during his most recent report to the city council, that contractors are renewing their licenses early.

Cowboy Carousel Offering Children's Christmas Party

This Saturday, the Cowboy Carousel Center at 59 N. Lobban Ave. in Buffalo will be having the Children's Christmas Party from 1 to 4 that afternoon.

Salvation Army Still Needs Volunteer Bell Ringers, Gifts

The holiday shopping season is in full swing, now, notable by the Salvation Army bell ringers that greet shoppers at major shopping outlets throughout Sheridan.

Lake DeSmet Falls Under Ice Fishing Provision Rules

Twenty six of Wyoming waters have liberalized ice fishing regulations, according to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, under the Special Winter Ice Fishing Provision. Among them is Lake DeSmet in Johnson County.

District 2 Trustees Approve Land Purchase

Vice Chairman Ann Perkins Presides at Trustees' Meeting (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County School District 2 have approved purchase of land on Sheridan's north side for construction of a sixth elementary school.

Festival of Trees

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The Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center Atrium took on a festive flair as the 22nd annual "Festival of Trees," one of the larger fundraisers for the Special Olympics athletes of Sheridan and Johnson County was held there Monday night.

Life on a Chain

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A Sheridan woman is attempting break the chain regarding pet owners who tether their dogs on their property. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

County to Keep Portion of Dana Avenue Closed

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In November of 2011, the Sheridan County Commission closed Dana Avenue from 13th to 15th street due to safety concerns for the traveling public and the residents that reside adjacent to the section of road.