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A Sheridan Halloween Round-Up

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Halloween Hoodlims found in North Heights.

If traffic is any indication, last night was a howling success as the little people AND big people participated in a night of "trick-or-treating" fun across our community.

Rusty Woodward's Artwork Soon to be on Display at Fulmer Library

Rusty Woodward's Artwork Soon to be on Display at Fulmer Library

Local artist and member of the Sheridan Artist's Guild, Rusty Woodward, will be presenting an Inner Circle exhibit at the Fulmer Public Library in November. A reception for the artist is set for Thursday, November 8 from 5 to 7 p.m.

Over 900 Kids Get Treats At Buffalo's Monster March

The annual Buffalo Monster March was Wednesday afternoon in Buffalo, and princesses, ghouls, football players and every sort of superhero and monster was out to collect their goodies downtown on Main Street.

Movember Kickoff Thursday In Buffalo and Sheridan

Julia Bettinger shaves John Gibbs' Mustache at the 2011 Movember kickoff.

Sheridan and Buffalo will both participate in “Movember” to raise awareness of men's health issues, to get people talking about them and most importantly, to get men to act on them and get their necessary tests and checkups to keep themselves healthy.

Absentee Voting Makes it Easy to Cast Your Ballot

Absentee Voting Makes it Easy to Cast Your Ballot

Though the General Election is quickly approaching on November 6, more than 43,000 of the state's nearly 240,000 registered voters have already cast their votes by way of absentee ballots.

Johnson County Special Meeting Set For Thursday Evening

The Johnson County Commissioners have scheduled their special meeting for Thursday evening to discuss the water rights agreement for Lake DeSmet.

Slow, Full Recovery Expected for Jack Wood

Earlier this month, Sheridan Media News reported Jack Wood, son of Dayton Mayor, Bob Wood, was involved in a workplace accident on a construction site at Sheridan College.

N. Main Mc D's Reopens Tomorrow

(photo by Tracee Davis)
(photo by Tracee Davis)
(photo by Tracee Davis)

After months of renovation, the McDonald's location on North Main Street will open tomorrow at 11 a.m.

Hunting License Suspensions Increase Child Support Compliance

Eight years ago, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department partnered with the Department of Family Services to provide extra incentive for obligated parents to make their child support payments.

Pediatric Dentist Offers Cash for Candy

Tonight is the big night of candy harvest for costumed youngsters. One can only assume that means tomorrow, kids in the town will have stockpiled a respectable mass of sugar-filled treats.