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October 2nd, 2014

Pet-O-Ween Set for Oct. 25

Sheridan residents are asked to pick out their best costumes for their furry friends, and come to the Kendrick Park bandshell on Saturday, Oct. 25, for this year's Pet-O-Ween.

Collecting the Drugs

The recent Prescription Drug Take Back Day held last weekend in Sheridan netted a good amount of prescription medications.

BBB Warns About Phony IRS Calls

The Better Business Bureau that serves Wyoming and northern Colorado issued a warning today about bogus calls from the Internal Revenue Service. Bureau spokeswoman Shelley Polansky said her office has received numerous reports on the scam.

Shopapalooza Features 100 Purses

A special shopping spree that raises money for an organization that helps victims of crime will be held tonight. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Thursda10-02-14

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Candidate, Jillian Balow / Wyoming Mining Association, executive director Jonathon Downing

Balow Wants More Talk Before Arming Teachers

During Sheridan Media’s man on the street interviews this week answering the poll question on who you would vote for, for state superintendent, a man said he would not vote for Republican Jillian Balow because she will not arm teachers.

October 1st

SHS X-Country runners in Gillette Friday / SHS/ SC Volleyball tonight / 2014 Energy Bowl Kicks off Friday at 7:00

X-COUNTRY - The Bronc and Lady Bronc cross country runners will run in Gillette tomorrow afternoon it will be their final competition of the regular season they will take next week off to prepare for the conference and state championships.

Head coach Art Bauers says the season and rolled by very fast. And the building of the runners endurance and mental focus is what they will be concentrating on over the next three weeks.

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Veterans Donate, But Food Pantry Still In Need

Residents of the Veteran's Home of Wyoming, just west of Buffalo at the old Fort McKinney site, gave a substantial gift to Buffalo's Bread of Life Food Pantry this week.

Buffalo Mayor Speaks To Seniors On State Of City

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess gave a presentation to the Buffalo Senior Center on Wednesday on the state of the city and then opened the floor to a question and answer period.