Who says the fairgrounds is just for rodeo? Saturday was the first-ever Sludge Trudge Obstacle Course held all over the fairgrounds property. The course had both mud and dry land obstacles that were definitely not for those who were afraid to get a little down and dirty.

The Wyoming License Plate Society held its Fall License Plate Meet Saturday at the Sheridan Best Western. License plate collectors from across Wyoming, Montana, and Colorado gathered to show and sell their collectables.

Nineteen craft brewers from five states were on hand for the third annual “Suds and Spurs” Brewfest, a Chamber of Commerce fundraiser.

The kindergarten fall term starts on Sept. 28.

Fully one thousand Sheridan residents are in New Acme today, participating in the Labor Day celebration in the mining town.

In 1937, the Sheridan Brewing Company was reported to be the largest industry in the city.

Around 200 people attended the Harvest Celebration at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds in Sheridan.

By far the most dangerous militant group in the world, ISIS is wreaking bloody havoc across Iraq and Syria, bent on a strategy to remake the Middle East into an Islamic state. Brutality, including the beheading to two American journalists, is the norm for these militant extremists.

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