Archive - 2014 - News

October 26th

Schiffers Named Champions For Children

2014 Champion For Children Award winner Nancy Schiffer.

Former State Senator John and his wife Nancy Schiffer were both presented with the 2014 Champion For Children Award from Child Advocacy Services of the Bighorns at a breakfast Friday morning in Buffalo.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 27, 1914

An interesting session of the Woman's club will be held Friday afternoon, in the Kendrick's building.

Today is Cranky Co-Workers Day

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Today is Cranky Co-Workers Day and we sent out our roving reporter Judy Hagerott to the streets of Sheridan to see how they handle their cranky co-workers.

Combat Color Fun Run

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A cloud of color hung over the Sheridan College Campus as war broke out. The annual Combat Color Fun Run was just that...fun.

Over 100 participants, wearing white t-shirts walked or ran the course set up on the college grounds, facing enemy combatants set up at stations along the way.

First-Ever “Things That Go Bump in the Night!”

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The lawns of the Brinton Museum were filled with all sorts of scary little critters on Saturday.

Sheridan Jaycees Annual Halloween Parade

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Saturday was the annual Sheridan Jaycee's Halloween Parade and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

This Week's Poll Question

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The General Election will be here soon and Wyoming voters will have the opportunity to decide on a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow the governor to appoint nonresidents to the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees.

October 25th

Week in Review

Photo by Ron Richter

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 26, 1914

The two thieves who stole horses from the hitching rack behind city hall a week ago surrendered to two civilians whom they mistook for officers of the law.

State Officials Say Over 12,000 Absentee Ballots Cast

More than 12,000 voters, representing nearly 5 percent of registered voters, have cast their General Election ballots, according to figures released by the Secretary of State last week.