Sheridan

The Sheridan County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall was jam packed with shoppers looking for refurbished, repurposed and anything shabby chic that tickled their fancy. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by to check out the sale.

An estimated 250 to 300 people attended this year's Friends of the Library Auction. Nearly 200 items from art and books to gift certificates and dinners were sold during the silent and live auctions, and six raffle boxes of gifts were given away.

The “Outdoor Adventure Club” at Sheridan College hosted their biennial 'Gear Swap' Saturday. A fundraiser to help with expenses on outdoor adventures, Ryan Sabol, program coordinator, says the gear swap benefits community members as well.

E. 1st Street may finally see an expansion further east of Sheridan Avenue, if the Sheridan Planning Commission approves a request to vacate a portion of the existing right of way to begin a new alignment for the street at their regular meeting Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Snively entertained at cards on Saturday evening at their home at New Acme.

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Sheridan's John B. Kendrick was elected governor of Wyoming in 1914, but he was already a veteran of nearly 30 years in politics.

Secretary of State Max Maxfield says state law requires candidates, candidate committees, and political action committees (PACs) to file a post-general election campaign finance disclosure report by November 14—a law that applies to all non-federal candidates.

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