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 Jan. 29, 1920.

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and in observance the Compass Center for Families will present UPRISING's Human Trafficking and Exploitation Caregiver class this Thursday in Buffalo.

The Buffalo Trails Board has approached the city asking them to adopt a trail into the city's trail system.

The Cowboy Carousel Center in Buffalo will be the venue for a dinner theater production next Friday and Saturday.

The risk for coronavirus in Sheridan is low at this time.

Governor Mark Gordon has appointed Mel Muldrow as interim director of the Wyoming State Construction Department.

A public forum to hear presentations and ask questions on four proposed affordable housing projects has been set for next week.

The Acme Working Group will host a public meeting next week to provide an update on activities at the old Acme Power Plant.

More than 1,000 people attended the funeral for a 16-year-old girl who died of hypothermia after reportedly walking away from an Interstate 90 rest stop on New Year's Day. The body of Selena Not Afraid was found on Jan. 20.

While the Sheridan County Museum may be closed for the winter, the staff at the museum are busy switching out exhibits during the idle months. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sports

The NE District Hoop Shoot was held In Casper on Saturday, January 25.

Four of the six boys and girls representing the Sheridan Elks Lodge won first place in their age group.

This makes them eligible to participate in the State Hoop Shoot. The Sheridan participants were: (scores are out of 25 free throws)

Girls 8-9 Bella Heizer first place score 8
Girls 10-11 Ella Bilyeu first place score 19
Girls 12-13 Grace Finkle first place score 17

Boys 8-9 Landon Calentine third place score 19 with a tie breaker of 3
Boys 10-11 Colton Philip first place score 14