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September 20th, 2014

Buffalo to Get a Taste of Afro-Louisiana Style Music

(Courtesy Photo)

A band from New Orleans will be in Buffalo this week. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

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September 19th

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 20, 1914

Dr. J. Sieberkrob, exclusive expert optician, is now at 136 South Main Street, two doors south of the Great Western Hotel.

Big Data Conference Draws Crowd

Forty business people attended this year's Wyoming Big Data Conference in Sheridan to learn how to protect their companies and themselves from cyberhackers.

Cato Ranch Chef Wins Throw-Down

Antonia Armenta-Miller won the first-ever Chef's Throw-Down at Thursday's farmer's market.

Wrangle Run Starts Saturday Morning

The Wolf Creek Wrangle starts Saturday morning at Eaton's Ranch.

'50 to 1' Producer Talks About the Film

The producer of a film that's playing right now in the local theater shared his thoughts about the project with News Director Leslie Stratmoen. Here's the report.

Roush Joins Chamber Board

Kay Roush -- Submitted Photo

Kay Roush who is the senior vice president of operations at First Federal Savings Bank and branch manager of the bank's Coffeen Avenue office in Sheridan is the newest member of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

Lineup Set for Country Music Festival

The Band Perry -- Photo Provided
Keith Urban -- Photo Provided
Toby Keith -- Photo Provided

As already announced on this station, three of the headlining acts have been booked for next summer's country music festival in Sheridan.

Oktoberfest Features Brews, Bikes, Bouncies

Organizers of this weekend's Oktoberfest in Buffalo stopped by the station this week to talk about the brews, the bikes and the bouncies. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.