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Wild West-type action gunfights, similar to the ones performed in Cody during the summer months, may be coming to Buffalo if one man's vision is allowed to happen.

Johnson County's Deputy Attorney, Barry Crago, recommended the county commissioners put off signing a grant contract to allow time to discuss and rework a portion of the application with the Wyoming Department of Family Services.

This weekend Buffalo will be celebrating Oktoberfest, with traditional food, music, a home brewing contest, and many beers to enjoy.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Sept. 17, 1915.

The Sheridan Senior Center’s thriving thrift store called the Green Boomerang is moving from Coffeen onto Main Street. The store will occupy the location formerly leased by Dan’s Western Wear due to the purchase of the building, specifically for the store, by Phoenix Limited Partnership.

The First Interstate BancSystem and First Interstate Bank have pledged $250,000 to the Sheridan Senior Center’s Celebrating Generations and Building Community Capital Campaign.

Over the past decade, Wyoming lawmakers have funded the majority of capital construction of K-12 schools in the state through coal lease bonuses. Those bonuses are projected to dry up with the Federal Government’s announcement and implementation of the Clean Power Plan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has more on the story.

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