Archive - Sep 10, 2016

Reception Launches 'Small Works' Show at Brinton

A reception for artists, museum members and guests launched the 2016 Small Works art show at The Brinton Museum in Big Horn Saturday night.

Sheridan Residents Take Home Awards

A dozen Sheridan County residents, along with the Sheridan County Museum, received awards Saturday at the Wyoming State Historical Society Awards Luncheon in Buffalo.

Model Plane Enthusiasts Hold Fly-in

A group of people from Wyoming and elsewhere got together for an annual event that's been going on since the early '90s. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Walk Held as Memorial

What started as a walk/run to raise funds for a Sheridan man's family was held as a commemorative event Saturday at Whitney Commons Park.

Horror Movie Series Gets Underway at the WYO Theater

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The WYO Theater and the Trident Theater Company in Sheridan have collaborated for the first ever Classic Horror Film Series that will be held every Saturday night at 8 at the WYO Theater tonight through October 1. Tonight’s film is Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 classic Psycho.

Secretary of State Murray Encourages Youth to Vote

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The Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office this week certified 136 state level and 10 national level candidates for the 2016 General Election in November.

Arch Coal Continues Teacher Recognition Program in Wyoming

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Arch Coal kicked off its Teacher Achievement Awards program across Wyoming Friday. Now in its 17th year, it is the longest-running privately sponsored teacher recognition program in the state.

People Urged to Review Medicare Part D Coverage

People who have been on the same Medicare prescription plan for four or five years are probably on the wrong plan.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 10, 1916

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 Sept. 10, 1916.

Buffalo Police Report To City Council

Buffalo Police Sergeant Alan Kiefer, subbing for an absent Chief Jason Carder, gave the city council the department's monthly report for August at the council's recent meeting.