Sheridan County

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.

The two thieves who stole horses from the hitching rack behind city hall a week ago surrendered to two civilians whom they mistook for officers of the law.

More than 12,000 voters, representing nearly 5 percent of registered voters, have cast their General Election ballots, according to figures released by the Secretary of State last week.

This year's Christmas Stroll is fast approaching and the sign-up deadline for Sheridan businesses who wish to participate is next Monday. The stroll will once again be held in November on the day after Thanksgiving, and the theme is “Sugar Plum Stroll.”

The Bureau of Land Management will once again waive recreation-related fees for visitors to the National System of Public Lands on four occasions in the coming year 2015.

Only two shows are left for this year's Gala show at the WYO Theater. Leslie Stratmoen has the wrap.

Miss Rose Ferguson was initiated into the mysteries of the Thursday afternoon bridge club at the home of Mrs. Ferguson.

Sheridan County and the four municipalities anticipate receiving more than $6.8 million if voters next month approve continuing the current optional one-cent sales tax for another four years.

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