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It's Almost Time for Tuba Christmas

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It's Almost Time for Tuba Christmas

It once again time for Tuba Christmas in Sheridan as this year is the eleventh annual and is open to all tuba, baritone and euphonium players of all ages. Interested musicians are asked to register this Saturday at 9:15 am at the Sheridan High School Band Room.

Jodi's Heart Tour of Houses is Thursday

Jodi's Heart Tour of Houses is Thursday

Jodi's Heart in Sheridan is having their tour of houses this Thursday. CEO Jodi Smith says that the tour will incorporate a number of their group homes in the community as well as their center.

Holiday Reality Check: Toy Safety

Not exactly a safe toy for kids.

The Consumer Producer Safety Commission reports more than 140-thousand children across the country wound up in E-Rs last year because of toy-related accidents, and 13 children died.

Police Issue 13 MIPs at House Party

Sheridan Police issued 13 Minor In Possession of Alcohol citations and one citation for Furnishing Liquor to Minors Sunday night after responding to a house party on the 50-block of Bellevue Avenue.

3-Peat T-Shirt Sales To Support WATCH

Looking for the perfect gift for a Sheridan Bronc fan this Christmas? SHS students are selling 3-peat Bronc t-shirts to support drug and alcohol awareness activities.

Sign-ups Open For Sheridan Chamber's Legislative Forum

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee will hold its annual Legislative Forum Jan. 4 and 5, and businesses looking for chance to share their concerns with state legislators should sign up soon.

SnowWest Readers Rank Wyo Snowmobile Trails in Top 15

Tourists that call Sheridan Travel and Tourism hear that recording of Executive Director Penny Becker and her explanation of the winter activities offered in the area. Some of those snowmobiling trails she mentioned are again ranked among the best in the west.

Public Workshop on Development Standards is Tonight

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City Planning Director Robert Briggs

The City of Sheridan is holding a public workshop this evening that is an update on the development standards and design guidelines revision project for the City.

Buffalo Awarded SLIB Money For Sports Complex

Zach Montgomery

The City of Buffalo and Town of Kaycee will receive money from the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) to help fund projects in both communities after their application was approved last Thursday.

Jo Co, Buffalo Sign MOUs Concerning Justice Center

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County have agreed to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) concerning janitorial services at the new criminal justice center and a payment schedule for the city to pay their protion of construction on the facility.