Sheridan

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 8, 1914

The kindergarten fall term starts on Sept. 28.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 7, 1914

Fully one thousand Sheridan residents are in New Acme today, participating in the Labor Day celebration in the mining town.

Beer Company Once Dominated Sheridan Business

In 1937, the Sheridan Brewing Company was reported to be the largest industry in the city.

Harvest Celebration Showcases Local Foods

Around 200 people attended the Harvest Celebration at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds in Sheridan.

This Week's Poll Question

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By far the most dangerous militant group in the world, ISIS is wreaking bloody havoc across Iraq and Syria, bent on a strategy to remake the Middle East into an Islamic state. Brutality, including the beheading to two American journalists, is the norm for these militant extremists.

Harvest Celebration Draws Crowds

The ninth annual Harvest Celebration went smoothly with plenty of food, and plenty of people around to eat the food on Saturday afternoon.

Opera at the WYO Features Cinderella Story

Rossini's Cinderella story called “La Cenerentola” will be featured Sunday during the Great Performances at the Met series at the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan.

Mayor Heath Acclimating to New Position

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Sheridan Mayor John Heath was appointed to the position by the City Council two months ago. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has an update on how the mayor is fitting into his new role.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 6, 1914

The Pastime Theater today is showing “Nina of the Theatre,” the first feature of the new Alice Joyce series.

Look-Back Article Puts Family on Trail of Ancestor

I recently spent an hour or so with Sheridan resident Curt Macha, looking over some divorce documents in the office of District Clerk Nickie Arney.

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