Saturday, Holy Name Catholic School held its 78th annual Carnival and Chili Supper on Grinnell Plaza. It was a children's delight with inflatables, games, food, and fun, all a fundraiser for Holy Name.
It's the blame game at its finest with Republicans pointing fingers at the Democrats and the Democrats pointing right back at the Republicans, while both sides don't seem any closer with a deal to keep the government operating. At issue is the Affordable Care Act, the so called Obama-care.
The Bighorn National Forest Powder River Ranger District has been fielding questions concerning a fee increase at Hunter Campground west of Buffalo that was believed to be slated for the summer of 2014, based on a story recently published elsewhere.
The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, discussed with Mayor Randy Dyess the latest report he received on Internet Data Centers from a company hired to study the feasibility of locating these centers in Wyoming.
A decision on whether or not to move ahead with the 2018 Construction Project to replace the aging Amie Holt Care Center is expected to be made at the December meeting of the Hospital's Board of Trustees.
A portion of the town of Monarch as it would have been seen from the Tongue River. The detail is from a diorama by Sheridan resident/historian/artist Tom Warnke, assisted by Alice M. Warnke, former Sheridan County Curator Dana H. Prater, William Tulley, Harold Huber and Helen M. Laumann. (Photo by Pat Blair)
In 1908, around one thousand people lived in the Sheridan County town of Monarch. Four hundred and fifty men worked in the nearby Monarch Mine, collecting a total payroll of $30,000 every month. That was in 1908.
We begin our look back at the week in the news with our Sheridan Media Week in Review. The City of Sheridan received some public backlash for the decision to fix hail damage on several of the police department patrol vehicles. Sheridan Police Lieutenant Scott Chandler.