Sheridan

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.

Thursday saw the last of this year's 3rd Thursday Street Festivals and the near perfect temperatures had Grinnell Plaza and Main Street filled with vendors and shoppers alike.

Retiring earlier this year after seventeen years as principal at Sheridan High School, Dirlene Wheeler began what she has called the “Grand Adventure.” For the next year, she will be traveling the countryside in a pick-up camper with her husband Neil. We decided to follow Dirlene to see where the trail leads her. This week, Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott found her in the Silver State of Nevada.

Officials with the Powder River Ranger District of the Bighorn National Forest are hosting a public field trip on Oct. 2 to discuss a proposed timber sale in the Billy Creek area, located in the southeast corner of the forest.

More than 90 horses, including foals, yearlings, saddle horses and breeding stock will go under the gavel on Sunday during the 12th annual Sugar Bars Legacy Sale in the historic stone pavilion in Sheridan.

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board has approved a resolution that could allow the board and the city of Sheridan to buy additional water for both systems.

In response to student requests, Sheridan College in Johnson County is offering conversational Spanish this year, for the first time.

A chef's throw-down, the likes of the TV show “Chopped” kicks off today's farmer's market in Sheridan. Market Manager Bonnie Gregory said the chefs will all be given a mystery meat to come up with a dish within a time limit.

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