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October 24th, 2015

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 25, 1915

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 Oct. 25, 1915.

Buffalo Police Prepping For Monster March, Halloween

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the Buffalo City Council at last week's meeting, saying officers had given a “stranger Danger” presentation to Buffalo's third graders.

Brinton Hosts Children’s Halloween Extravaganza

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Hundreds of children showed up at the Brinton Museum near Big Horn Saturday afternoon for a Halloween Extravaganza. Called “Things That Go Bump in the Night,” the afternoon had everything a giant Halloween party could entail.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Research done by psychologists are saying that the kind of music you listen to can pretty accurately predict the kind of personality you have. Your playlist might just might shine a spotlight on your personality.

Pet-O-Ween Appears to be 'Howling' Success

Costumed pets from dogs and bunnies to goats and turtles joined their human companions in Kendrick Park Saturday morning for Sheridan's 15th annual Pet-O-Ween.

Twin Peaks Fire Burning North of Buffalo

UPDATE - No additional news is known at this time regarding the status of a fire burning on the east slope of the Bighorn Mountains.

Making a Stand Against Domestic Violence

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October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Saturday morning a group of marchers made a show of their support against domestic violence by taking it down Main Street in Sheridan.

October 23rd

Lemonade For A Cause

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Typically lemonade stands are reserved for summertime, when the temperatures are a bit warmer. However, one young Sheridan girl came up with an idea to sell lemonade in an effort to help other children in the community who are less fortunate.

Sheridan City Council to Hold Special Meeting Wednesday

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The Sheridan City Council will hold a special meeting Wednesday to consider second reading of an ordinance that calls for revision or repeal of provisions in the city's municipal code. The council, at their regularly scheduled meeting October 19, approved the ordinance on first reading.

Trees Dressed in Autumn Colors

Sure there's a scientific reason why many species of trees change colors in the fall.