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The latest Dining for a Cause will take place Monday at Frackelton’s restaurant in downtown Sheridan and will benefit the Sheridan High School We the People and Computer Programming Clubs. We the People Advisor Tyson Emborg.

A husband and wife from Luther, Michigan were found guilty in Johnson County Circuit Court Monday for unlawfully purchasing Wyoming resident hunting and fishing licenses.

Kim Love and Pete and Lynne Simpson were recognized for their contributions to Sheridan's WYO Theater as they received the theater's first Lotus Awards Friday night.

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center had their monthly meeting Wednesday, and they were given mostly positive reports from each of the department heads at the center.

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. 1, 1916.

Kim Love and Pete and Lynne Simpson were recognized for their contributions to Sheridan's WYO Theater as they received the theater's first Lotus Awards Friday night.

Many Sheridan residents learned how to ski at Antelope Butte. Many younger Sheridanites did not have that chance as the ski area closed down in 2004.

The Early Childhood Symposium that started Thursday at Sheridan College continued through Friday afternoon.

The new Wyoming Teacher of the Year credits the principal and other teachers at his school for helping him realize his potential.

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Sports

Sheridan Bronc Football
The #1 ranked 4A Broncs fell to #2 Gillette in a close game 24-21. After scoring a TD to shorten Gillette's lead to 3 points, the Broncs Defense could not stop Gillette's Offense before time ran out.

Next Friday is Homecoming for the Broncs and they will look to bounce back against Cheyenne Central.

Tongue River Eagles Football
The #3 ranked 1A Eagles shutout Lusk 40-0 Friday night. The team moves to 4-1 on the season with a win on their Homecoming night and look to take care of Wright next week.