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September 27th, 2015

80 Years of Fun and Games

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Saturday, Whitney Commons was transformed into everything a family could want for fun. Six inflatables, a wide variety of games for every age, even a country store and let’s not forget the chili and cinnamon rolls.

First Cemetery Tour Well Attended

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Saturday the Sheridan County Museum hosted its first of three cemetery tours, exploring the final resting places of Sheridan County’s saints and sinners.

Big Horn Historical Society Program Includes Tour

A program and tour of historic buildings in Big Horn will be part of today's program presented during the meeting of the Big Horn City Historical Society at the woman’s clubhouse on Second Street in Big Horn.

September 26th

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 27, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Sept. 27, 1915.

Lobban Street Project Meeting Tuesday In Buffalo

The Lobban Street Redesign and Construction Project will have the first of two public meetings this Tuesday evening in Buffalo.

Police Say Drug Take-Back Day Success

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Drug Take-Back Day is a Success

Saturday, the Sheridan Police Department set up a collection site in the Walgreen’s parking lot on Coffeen, to collect any unneeded or unused prescriptions.

Fiber Arts Show Opens Monday

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The Sheridan Fiber Arts Guild will opens its 18th annual show Monday on the mezzanine of the local library Monday, September 28th. Saturday morning, nearly a dozen guild members were there hanging the show. Member Janet Hoxie explained.

Sheridan Gateway Park Public Workshops

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The City of Sheridan is hosting two public workshops next week in regard to the Sheridan Gateway Park, that will be located at the former Port of Entry site in Sheridan.

Today's Events Include Carnival, Doggy Dash, Gardening Workshops

A carnival, doggy dash and gardening workshops are all in today's offerings of events for locals to enjoy.

September 25th

Trials Set for Next Year in District Court

Trials are scheduled for next year for two Sheridan residents following arraignments in district court here this week.