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August 12th, 2014

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 13, 1914

W.F. Huber and his son are spending a few days here in Sheridan.

Absaroka State Takeover

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Whitney Plaza in Sheridan will be the site for a unique car show this weekend. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

'Wireless' at the Carriage House

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The old-time feel of a live radio studio will be the backdrop for this weekend's Trail End Guild's production of “Wireless: Live Readers' Theater From the Golden Age of Radio.”

Chamber Brewfest Approaching

The 3rd annual Suds n' Spurs Brewfest sponsored by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is set to take place Saturday, September 6, from 3 to 8 at Whitney Plaza in Sheridan.

Council Candidates Present Views on Fluoride

The three candidates for the only opposed race for Sheridan's city council appeared in agreement that either the court or a vote of the people of Sheridan is needed to settle the current debate on fluoride.

Vice President 'Amazed' at Local Support

Sheridan College's newly remodeled and expanded Thorne Rider Student Center is expected to be open when classes start on Sept. 3.

Who Will Win Big In the Primary Elections?

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The 2014 Republican primary is shaping up to be a real doozy.

Just about all the statewide action of this political cycle will be decided in less than a week from right now. Thus, it is time to make some SWAG predictions. (SWAG stands for Scientific Wild A** Guess).

Gillette Man Dies in Crash

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A 25-year-old man from Gillette was killed Sunday morning in a rollover crash on U.S. Highway 51, two miles east of Gillette.

Windy Ridge Communication Tower Back Up

A Johnson County communication tower was down last month. Hannah Stepenoff has the the details.

NW Pipeline Project Coming to a Close

The Northwest (NW) Pipeline is near completion, as the five month construction that began in April is coming to a close.