Now here's Sheridan Media's journey back in time report from one hundred years ago.
Here's what The Sheridan Enterprise newspaper reported on this day, Jan. 13 of 1914.
Sheridan County Assessor Morris received just under $1,500 from Carneyville as that town's share of the county road and poll tax. Carneyville was the first of the coal towns to pay its taxes.
Curtis Mining & Milling company offered a small block of its capital stock for sale. The company announced 25,000 shares would be available at 10 cents a share. People interested in buying were told to contact the company's secretary in the Enterprise Building at 36 East Brundage Street.
Ida B. Hull of Philadelphia accepted the position as new Latin teacher at Sheridan high school. The previous Latin teacher had recently resigned. Sheridan's four state banks held their annual meetings. The four were the Citizens State Bank, Sheridan County Saving Bank/Sheridan Banking Company, the Dayton Bank, and the Bank of Commerce.