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September 1st, 2014

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 2, 1914

The Wyoming Electric Co. has a force of men at work on the new line for the Sheridan-Mines Service.

This Week's Poll Question

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Tradition and heritage faces off with decency and respect in the National Football League. At the heart of the controversy is the name of the Washington Redskins. Some say 'Redskins' stands for courage and the warrior spirit, others call it a racial slur and derogatory.

First Kaycee Brew Fest a Success

Thiele shows off his concoction at the Powder River Brew Fest. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

There is a new local brew fest in the area, and Hannah Stepenoff was there and has the story.

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Resolution Regarding One-Cent Tax on Council's Agenda

The Sheridan City Council will meet for their first regularly scheduled meeting of the month Tuesday.

Buffalo Chamber Issues 'Scam Alert'

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce has sent out an e-mail “Scam Alert” warning community members to be aware of a recent one being performed over the phone.

Small White Female Dog

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Found on Soldier Creek Road: a small, white, female dog. No collar. The dog appears to be older, and looks almost like a white fox.

Found on 08-31-14

Call Barbara at 674-8768 for more information and to claim the dog.

August 31st

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 1, 1914

Bob Terry has Elberta peaches 90 cents per crate, and plums $1.25 for a crate.

Four Independent Candidates, Two Write-ins Make State Ballot

State Capitol Officials announced this week that two statewide independent candidates--Curt Gottshall of Laramie, candidate for U.S. Senate, and Don Wills of Pine Bluffs, candidate for Governor--have qualified to have their names appear on the General Election ballot.

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