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County Approves Land Sale

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved a request to sell a parcel of land without a subdivision permit.

Buffalo Window Decorating Contest Begins Today

Businesses in Buffalo will begin displaying their Holiday windows this afternoon, decorated in the spirit of the Christmas season, competing to see who has the public's favorite window.

Turkey Trot to Benefit Homeless Shelter

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The 35th annual Turkey Trot will take place Thanksgiving morning at Kendrick Park in Sheridan. Sports Stop and Foot of the Bighorns General Manager Michelle Maneval says the event will be chip-timed.

Troopers Locate Stranded Motorist

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The Wyoming Highway Patrol issued a media release reminding those traveling for the holiday season that even though most motorists have a GPS, you should also map out your route in advance. The media release used a recent incident in the Bighorn Mountains as an example of why it's a good idea to cover all your tracks before taking to the road. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Game and Fish Information Gathering Meeting Will Be Held in Sheridan

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding a series of public information gathering meetings to discuss proposed regulations, including black bear seasons, falconry, raptor propagation and wildlife propagation.

Incident at Bar Leads to Arrests

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Two individuals from Sheridan were arrested Friday night after an incident at Rendezvous Liquor and Lounge. According to a Sheridan Police Department report, officers arrived on scene shortly after 6:30, and upon investigation, arrested 35-year-old Erica Stearns for Unlawful Touching.

UW Professor Publishes Book About the First Coloradans

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A University of Wyoming anthropologist has published a new book about the earliest inhabitants of Colorado. Marcel Kornfeld says the book describes how people in Middle Park, Colorado lived between 13,000 and 8,000 years ago.

It was the Holiday Home Tour at the Powder Horn Saturday

It's a Christmas tradition for some, driving around and looking at all the pretty Christmas lights and decorations people have put up in their yards.

“I hear the train a comin'...”

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November is National Model Railroad Month and Sheridan's Model Railroad Association put on quite a show Saturday. They displayed a room full of model trains in the old Taylor School basement and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

This Week's Poll Question

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Another month and Christmas will soon be here. It's a time of family gatherings, celebration, and yes, gift giving.

This week's Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media poll question is: “What are your spending plans for the upcoming holiday season?”

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