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September 14th, 2016

Students, Faculty Enjoying New Art Center

Rod Dugal says the new Whitney Arts Center at Sheridan College is amazing..

Week Four of the 4-A Football season has the Broncs Facing a Great Road Challenge / Rams and Wolves Travel / TR is Home with Cokeville Saturday

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs play at Cheyenne East tomorrow night the First Federal bank and trust pregame show starts at 5:30 with kickoff at 6:00. you can hear the game live on 14-10 KWYO.

Head coach Don Julian says the Broncs have done a good job the first three weeks now the atmosphere changes with the level of competition going up.

Julian has said this group of Broncs has been a good work out team and this week he's seen even more from the players in their preparation this week.

Mayor Proclaims Buffalo Part Of Road Scholar Program

Mayor Mike Johnson, during the recent city council meeting, proclaimed Buffalo as part of the Road Scholar Program, and officially welcomed Lori Howe to Buffalo this coming weekend for her presentation.

Buffalo's Oktoberfest Celebration This Saturday

The 7th Annual Buffalo Oktoberfest, presented by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and sponsored in part by will be happening this Saturday in downtown Buffalo.

Johnson County Signs Agreement For Homeland Security Grant

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved chairman Bill Novotny to sign an agreement accepting a Homeland Security Grant, pending minor changes in wording in the agreement as recommended by County Deputy Attorney Barry Crago.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 15, 1916

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 Sept. 15, 1916.

Laumann Recounts History of Lake DeSmet

Lake DeSmet was created about a million years ago, and Helen Laumann said she's heard two stories regarding the lake's origins.

Taste of Home: Meet Renee Morgan

Who would have thought that someone who started school for music, would end up with a degree in culinary arts? That is just what happened to Renee Morgan, the culinary expert that will host Sheridan’s Taste of Home Cooking School.

Your IT Questions Answered

Your IT Questions were answered Wednesday during the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s luncheon at the Sheridan Holiday Inn, as Ptolemy Data Systems had several IT professionals on hand. The team that included Ptolemy’s CEO Ryan Mulholland tackled the some of the most asked IT questions.

Wednesday 09-14-16

Game and Fish / African Children's Choir