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Democrat Mike Cebellos who's running for state superintendent says his business leadership makes him the best candidate for the job.

Miss Wyoming is spending a few days in Sheridan and visited with reporter Ron Richter Thursday. Here's his report.

One Sheridan Media reporter heard directly from a local resident recently about his feelings on the penny tax that pays for trails he enjoys on a regular basis. Here's News Director Leslie Stratmoen with the report.

A professor of natural sciences and humanities from the University of Wyoming will be the featured speaker this weekend for a fundraiser and informational banquet hosted by The Powder River Basin Resource Council.

The Johnson County Public Library's annual auction is next Friday, Nov. 7. This comes on the tail of the Nov. 4 General Election, in which county residents will officially vote on whether or not to support a sixth-penny special tax to help fund the library's expansion project.

Clear Creek Middle School students took part in their “Ten Thousand Villages End Poverty Festival” on Saturday and will offer it again this coming Tuesday evening at the school for those who may have missed it.

The Seventh Annual Pumpkin Festival was this past Saturday at Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo, and was well attended based on the number of people that packed themselves into the square.

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.

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