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Drawings To Raise Funds For Gatchell Museum

This coming weekend the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum will have their annual Fall Gathering, which is their main fundraiser for the year for their endowment fund.
During the gathering they will be drawing for three items donated to help with the fundraiser.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 6, 1914

D&D Auto Co. has Overland vehicles from $850 to $1,475, and Maxwells for $695.

“Western Traces” Opens at Ucross

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Tawni Shuler and Patrick Kikut, (key-cut) are two artists presenting two drastically different landscape perspectives. Saturday, an artists' reception was held for the two at the Ucross Foundation and Art Gallery near Clearmont.

Story Woman's Club Traditional Turkey Dinner

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A homemade turkey dinner with all the fixings...who can pass on that? Sunday, close to 400 people made their way to Story to enjoy the 38th annual Story Woman's Club Traditional Turkey Dinner.

UW Researches Explain High Winter Ozone Levels

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Three University of Wyoming researchers have published a paper that helps to explain why high winter ozone levels are occurring at an oil and gas field near Vernal, Utah.

Week in Review

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.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 5, 1914

The Commercial Club will meet at the club rooms in city hall tonight to adopt a plan for a beetgrowers' organization here.

Farmers Market End of Year Celebration

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The Sheridan Farmers Market held its end-of-year celebration Saturday on Grinnell Plaza and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

College President Provides Insight to Edwardian Times

Europe pretty much controlled the world by the time of World War I, according to a noted historian of the period.

First Hospital Belonged to State

Ground was broken for Sheridan's first hospital in late fall of 1904, but the facility didn't belong to the county.

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