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November 10th, 2014

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 11, 1914

Edward Durham, a deserter from the United States Army, escaped from the guardhouse at Fort Mackenzie last night.

U.S. 14A May Close Sooner Than Expected

A popular route over the Bighorn Mountains may close earlier than expected. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Museum Director Talks New Exhibits

The Sheridan County Museum will close their gallery for the season just before Christmas next month.

A Legacy of Giving

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The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will be holding their monthly luncheon Wednesday at the Best Western Sheridan Center. Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson describes the program that's planned for the luncheon.

Sheridan Man Charged with Criminal Entry

Wade Creech of Sheridan has been charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance, criminal entry and interference with a police officer after allegedly entering a house on Illinois Street armed with a sword.

Deer Collides With Two Cars

A deer caused two collisions late Friday night on 12th Street in Sheridan.

Great Lakes Enplanements Dropping Drastically

Passenger enplanements for Great Lakes Aviation that operates as Great Lakes Airlines out of the Sheridan airport are down by 64 percent from last year's numbers for October.

West Range Fire 95% Contained, All But Local Crews Demobilizing

In what appears to be the final briefing on the West Range Fire this morning, Incident Command has turned the fire back over to local jurisdiction and began de-mobilizing out-of-town crews and sending them home.

Boom Continues Around the State; Even Here in the Old Home Town

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According to all indicators, business in my home county of Fremont is going well.  My banker friends and Chamber of Commerce officials say times are good. Business folks are doing brisk sales.

Collision Injuring Child Bicyclist Still Under Investigation

An incident involving a collision between a bicyclist and a vehicle is still under investigation.