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December 23rd

Time For Another Midwinter Eagle Survey

As part of a national survey effort, the Bureau of Land Management Buffalo Field Office is once again seeking volunteers to assist with the 2015 Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey in both Sheridan and Johnson counties next month.

Billing Relocation Opens Door to Changes

Relocation and consolidation of Sheridan Memorial Hospital's billing department has opened the door to other changes.

Senior Center to Serve Christmas Lunch

Sheridan's Senior Center will be open from 9 until 1:15 on Christmas Day, with lunch from 11:30 until 12:45.

It's a 'Happy Christmas' in Ireland

Sheridan Media's Irish correspondent Alfie Deehan recently shared some of Ireland's Christmas customs with Public Pulse host Kim Love.

DEQ Shuts Down Work on Downtown Building

Work has stopped on a restoration project in Sheridan due to air contamination. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Tuesday 12-23-14

Motley Fool, Chris Hill / Sheridan Media Irish Correspondence, Alfie Deehan

$500 Lottery Ticket Sold in Sheridan

The Wyoming Lottery Corporation reported Monday that two players won a total of $2,000 in Friday's Mega Millions drawing, including a player who purchased a ticket in Sheridan.

December 22nd

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High School winter sports on Hiatus / Wyoming Cowboys at Montana state tomorrow night

WINTER SPORTS - The Christmas holiday break has begun the next live winter sports action will take place January 2nd and 3rd with the Sheridan Broncs hosting some duals and the border war dual event with the big three school in Billings.

The Sheridan high school indoor track season opens Monday January 5th with the first meet scheduled for the 16th in Spearfish, South Dakota.

Prevention Management Seeks Community Input

Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming (PMO) is asking for Johnson County residents to take a few minutes to fill out an online survey about alcohol, tobacco and other drug use.