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Community Dinner Committee Still Needs Volunteers

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The 24th annual Community Holiday Dinner is fast approaching. The event is scheduled for Sunday, December 7 from 4 until 7 in the evening at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

Winter in Wyoming – Wow, What a Time For a Long Road Trip

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A lonely bald eagle near Kaycee, a long pile-up of semi-trailer trucks on Interstate 80 near Rock Springs, dry roads all around Rawlins and high winds between Douglas and Wheatland.

Johnson County Road Closure Continues

Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer is advising the public that the winter weather conditions have forced him to extend the timeline for the Wagon Box culvert project on the two miles of Wagon Box Road south of the Sheridan County line.

Legislative Forums Start Today

Legislative forums that provide an opportunity for local leaders to talk with their state legislators is set for today and tomorrow at City Hall in Sheridan.

McKenzie Wins Farm Bureau Collegiate Discussion Meet

Wyoming Farm Bureau Foundation Release:

Northwest College student Bryce McKenzie discussed agriculture issues at a recent Wyoming Farm Bureau Young Farmer & Rancher Collegiate Discussion Meet and earned $300 cash and a trip to Nashville, Tenn.

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Buffalo Council Approves Grant For Police Department

Buffalo's City Council got the latest report from Police Chief Jason Carder at their last council meeting, and approved a grant request from him as well.

Johnson County Weighing Options For One-Percent Funds

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their last commission meeting, met with Bob Snowden, Chairman of the Optional One-Percent Sales Tax Board to discuss options the commissioners have been weighing as far as awarding the one-percent funding in the future.

Working to Strike Out Cancer

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November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month and the first-ever “Strike Out Cancer Fundraiser” was held Sunday at Cloud Peak Lanes in Sheridan.

Model Train Show

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The Sheridan Model Railroad Association held their annual show Saturday in the basement of the Old Taylor School. A room packed full of operating model trains had the little people as well as adults absorbed in the trains chugging along.

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