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September 22nd, 2014

Results From the 2014 Buffalo Oktoberfest Brew Contest

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Last weekend's Buffalo Oktoberfest was again a big hit with the brew crowd who enjoyed a number of home-made beers and voted for their favorites.

There were two styles of porter entered in this year's contest and the winner was Mike Sullivan's Pegleg's Caramel Porter.

Preparing Yourself for a Power Outage

Representatives for a local energy company have a few tips on how to prepare for power outages. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

2014 Sugar Bars Sale 'Exceptional'

This year's Sugar Bars Legacy Sale was exceptional, according to spokesman Leroy Wetz.

Farmers Markets Near End of Season

Area residents have two more opportunities to buy fresh, locally grown produce in farmers markets this year.

Taste of Home Cooking School is Thursday

Ten people will go home with foods prepared by a culinary specialist during the Taste of Home Cooking School on Thursday night.

Internment Camp Was Like Prison

Childhood memories of living in Wyoming's internment camp for the Japanese during World War II will be shared Tuesday night by Sam Mihara.

Game Officials Report Poaching

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information about the wanton destruction of three mule deer bucks in northwest Sheridan County.

BLM Lifts Fire Restrictions

Fire restrictions put in place through a recent fire ban have been lifted on land managed by the Bureau of Land Management in the counties of Sheridan, Johnson and Campbell.

Sheridan Climber Preps for Cho Oyu Ascent

Sheridan climber Darren Rogers is still working his way up the summit of Cho Oyu in Tibet. The summit is the sixth highest mountain in the world at nearly 27,000 feet above sea level, according to Wikipedia.

I Know What You Did Last Summer

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As the leaves turn and the mercury plummets and occasional snow threatens our young trees, it gives a man pause. It is appropriate to recall those two most important questions that pop up this time of year: