Archive - Nov 27, 2010

Avery and Emily meet the Claus

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Two and a half year old Avery shows her 9-month old sister Emily the ropes at the 15th Annual Christmas Stroll on Friday evening. Avery and Emily were among the first in line to meet Santa and Mrs. Claus at City Hall - the line at 5:30 extended from the s

Two and a half year old Avery shows her 9-month old sister Emily the ropes

Sheridan College Generals and Lady Generals both win at Tournament

The Sheridan College Generals rolled to an easy win Friday with a 124-57 shellacking of the Rams of Little Big Horn College. The Generals opened up their season with a convincing win over the Rams and had very little trouble putting the game away early Friday. Action will continue today at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome, as the annual Lions Club Tournament continues. The Generals will play Fort Carson this afternoon at 1 o'clock at Sheridan College Golden Dome.

“Fifteen Years of Celebrating the Stroll”

One of the largest social gatherings of the year, Friday evening, the fifteenth annual Christmas Stroll was held in downtown historic Sheridan.  The 30 degree weather was a far cry from the below zero temperatures experienced earlier this week, allowing crowds of all ages to come out and enjoy the

Calendar Contest Winners Announced

Twelve photographers were presented $100 each for their winning photographs in Sheridan County Museum's Calendar Photo contest at a reception at Photo Imaging Center on November 23rd. 

With a theme this year of “Your Backyard and Beyond,” Mary Ellen McWilliams with the Sheridan County Historical Society tells us that the contribution to the contest was phenomenal.

Wyoming State Museum Adds Exhibit

Wyoming may be known as the Equality State – being the first state to give women the right to vote. But, most people probably do not know that it was Wyoming's first territorial governor, John Campbell, who made certain that right was not taken away.