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November 21st, 2017

Johnson County Commissioner's Meeting Canceled

The Johnson County Commissioners canceled their second meeting of November due to a lack of items on their agenda.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 22, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 22, 1917.

Sheridan Travel, Tourism Seeks County-Wide Tax

Sheridan County commissioners have been asked to call an election next year to make the lodging tax county-wide.

11-21-2017

FS- FOR SALE
W- WANTED TO BUY
WTD - WANTED TO DO
FR- FOR RENT
TR- TRADE
GA- GIVEAWAY
BO- BEST OFFER
PU- PICKUP

Write-In: 11-21-2017

22nd Annual Christmas Stroll

One of Sheridan’s favorite traditions is set to return on Friday as the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s 22nd Annual Christmas Stroll is set to start at 4pm.

Be Extra Vigilant Traveling During the Holidays

Having a roadside emergency kit should be an integral piece of any travelers arsenal especially when you live in a rural state like Wyoming. But driving on a holiday road trip is not the only type of holiday travel that people should be prepared to drive extra vigilantly.

Tuesday 11-21-17

Information from the Hub on Medicare Advantage and Supplemental Coverage / Dr. Erin Nitschke Certified Personal Trainer

WYO Theater Masonic Cornerstone Ceremony Set for Saturday

On Saturday afternoon, the Sheridan WYO Theater will receive a new addition to go with the recently completed renovations. Sheridan Masonic Lodges will perform a cornerstone ceremony complete with a time capsule.

November 20th

Liquor License Renewals and Grant Application Authorization

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The Sheridan City Council met for their final regularly scheduled meeting of November Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan Mayor Discusses Direct Distribution at Legislative Forum

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Direct distribution, which is the money the Wyoming Legislature distributes to local governments throughout the state, was the topic of Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller’s presentation at Monday’s Legislative Forum at the Sheridan County Courthouse.