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Mysterious Crack forms in Big Horn Mountains

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POWELL, Wyo. (AP) - A geologist says a slow-moving landslide is likely to blame for a new crevasse that has swallowed up a chunk of Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains, opening up a mini canyon-land in the range's grass-covered slopes.

A Fiendishly Fun Friday Night With the Elders

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Friday night was given over to the elders as the residents of Sheridan Manor and the Brookdale Sugarland Ridge got into the spirit of Halloween Friday night and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott swung by both facilities and brings us this story.

Grim Reaper, Pumpkin Family Herald in Halloween

A grim reaper and a pumpkin family greeted Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen on a walk before this All Hallow’s Eve. Here’s the story.

Haunted House Offers Thrills, Chills

Mysterious events are under way at an old house here in Sheridan. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the details.

Halloween Festivities Begin Early

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Halloween festivities are off to a howling good start with events kicking off Thursday night. Sheridan Media’s reporter Judy Hagerott made the rounds for the night’s activities. Big Horn Elementary celebrated with a “Trunk-or-Treat” followed by a chili supper in the school gym.

Community Turnsout For Monster March

The numbers of kids counted by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce during this year's Monster March were down compared to recent years, but were still good enough for what is considered an “average” year, according to Angela Fox, Director of the chamber of commerce.

Wyoming Revenue May Slide 23 Percent in 2017-2018

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by Gregory Nickerson | WyoFile.com

Wyoming revenue may slide 23 percent as prices and production in the mineral economy remain low, the state Consensus Revenue Estimating Group said Monday.

Legislators in the Classroom

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Four of our local legislators went back to school Wednesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

The Capitol Christmas Tree is Coming to Sheridan

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A 74-foot Lutz spruce tree will soon be making its way from the Chugach National Forest in Alaska where it was harvested, to the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C.

Only Couple Months Left to See Museum Exhibits

With only a couple of months left to see this year’s exhibits at the Sheridan County Museum in Sheridan before the venue closes for the season, Director John Woodward took some time out of his day recently to talk about the current displays.