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October 3rd, 2014

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 4, 1914

Sheridan County's Democratic party has announced the ticket for next month's elections.

Rams Roll Over Bobcats

The Big Horn Rams football team played their first game under the lights Friday night at Big Horn High School. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the recap.

Friday Night Football Broadcasts

The Sheridan Broncs fell short at the last minute to the Gillette Camels.

Broncs Final Score
Broncs: 37
Camels: 42

The Big Horn Rams however win their homecoming game against Thermopolis.

Rams Final Score
Rams: 40
Thermopolis: 0

District 2 to Consider Graduation Coach Position

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees will take action on a graduation coach position at their meeting next week.

Yager Given Probation

Chris Yager has been sentenced to two years supervised probation on a charge of felony sexual assault in the third degree.

Annual Turkey Dinner is Sunday in Story

The Story Women's Club is preparing to serve between 300 and 400 people on Sunday during the annual Turkey Dinner at the club house in Story.

Reception Set for 'Western Traces' Artists

A reception for two college professors bringing their art to the local audience through an exhibit will be held over the weekend. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Senior Center Hosts Caregiver Conference

A free conference for caregivers is being held over the weekend at the Sheridan Senior Center. Lois Bell is the communications director for the center.

Children to Receive Free Pumpkins

A Fall Festival will be held Saturday in downtown Sheridan. Farmer's Market Manager Bonnie Gregory was a guest on today's Morning Show with Bob Grammens.