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October 17th, 2015

Hundreds Show for Link-Partners in Pink Run/Walk

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The color for Saturday was definitely pink as hundreds showed up to participate in Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s 7th annual The Link-Partners in Pink Run/Walk and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

Last Blooms of Summer

The last blooms of summer can be seen throughout the area, like petunias that have not yet been killed off by Fall's frost. These are still blooming in pots outside the Kendrick Mansion, located on the historic Trail End site on Clarendon in Sheridan.

Free Events Include Bird Watch, Jazz Concert

Two free events offered today in the Sheridan area include a bird watching walk and a jazz band concert.

October 16th

Vehicle Fire Reported

Sheriff's deputies and the Ranchester fire department were called Thursday morning for a vehicle fire on Dayton Street in Ranchester.

Four Sentenced in District Court

Four Sheridan men were sentenced in district court in Sheridan this week in unrelated cases.

Getting Ready for Halloween

A few pumpkins here, some “ghosts” and skeletons there, offer proof that Sheridan is getting ready for Halloween.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 17, 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. 17, 1915.

Upcoming Class Teaches Suicide Prevention Techniques

Learn to save a life by attending a free class this in Buffalo next week that will teach techniques in suicide prevention.

Attendees can take the QPR Training Class and learn the three simple steps hat can save a life: Question, Persuade, and Refer.

‘Drowsy Chaperone’ Opens with Gala Fundraiser

This year’s WYO Gala show, “The Drowsy Chaperone,” will be brought to life by a group of seasoned local actors that include Mary Jo Johnson, Ken Thorpe, Patrick Schilling and Mariah Olesen.

Commissioner Wants City Jail Contract Renewed

On a recent Public Pulse show, Host Kim Love asked Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley to comment on the letter sent recently to the city of Sheridan demanding payment for prisoners housed in the county jail.