Sheridan has been picked as one of the top 50 picturesque towns in America, the most idyllic in Wyoming, by the readers of USA Today.

Should the green pedestrian crossing lights on Sheridan's Main Street stay on longer? That was our poll question for last week. The vote tallied from our listeners on our website was close – of the 447 people who weighed in on the topic, 50 percent said, yes, and 43 percent, no, with the rest checking undecided.

A week of spooky goings-on in Sheridan starts Monday night with Sheridan College's Haunted House of Hoops at 7 at the college on Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan.

Wyoming has joined a coalition of 23 states that challenge the final rule of the EPA's Clean Power Plan.

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair shares some personal observations about a special event this weekend.

The Twin Peaks Fire burning northwest of Buffalo since early Saturday has been downgraded to 42 aces as of late Sunday, after aerial assessments gave a more accurate size of the fire.

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. 26, 1915.

UPDATE 7pm Sunday: The firefighters will for the time being continue to operate under the same objectives and activities as today.
Crews were able to establish a fire line around the perimeter today.

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