From trick-or-treating to haunted houses, there's plenty of spook-tacular Halloween happenings around Sheridan County during the next few days.

Rzasa, who has written novels such as “The Word Unleashed,” “The Bloodheart,” and “Crosswind,” will be signing copies of his books including his latest entitled “Empire's Rift.”

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved Chairman Bill Novotny to sign a contract to accept a grant from the Wyoming Department of Health for funding to help fight infectious diseases.

An agreement between the city and the Buffalo Golf Club was approved by the city council at their recent meeting concerning maintenance of the Snider Ditch.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Oct. 25, 1916.

Sheridan County commissioners have authorized spending about $257,000 to digitize 90 years of probate and juvenile court records before sending the records to Cheyenne to be archived.

For the second year, Sheridan’s Boy Scout Troop 117 will be hosting a haunted house over the Halloween weekend. This year they will hold their events in Sheridan’s Iron Works according to organizer Chris Johnston.

There are many different 3 on 3 basketball competitions in our area and the Sheridan Recreation District would like to introduce a new basketball tournament.

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