Sheridan County

Collision Injuring Child Bicyclist Still Under Investigation

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

When Do Election Workers Vote?

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the answer to what was, for her, one of the burning questions in this year's General Election.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 10, 1914

Twenty-four men of Company H reported for target practice this morning at the rifle range east of the city.

Friends Auction Rates as Success

An estimated 250 to 300 people attended this year's Friends of the Library Auction. Nearly 200 items from art and books to gift certificates and dinners were sold during the silent and live auctions, and six raffle boxes of gifts were given away.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Kendrick a Popular Politician

Sheridan's John B. Kendrick was elected governor of Wyoming in 1914, but he was already a veteran of nearly 30 years in politics.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 9, 1914

Mr. and Mrs. Snively entertained at cards on Saturday evening at their home at New Acme.

Candidates, PACS Must File Finance Reports

Secretary of State Max Maxfield says state law requires candidates, candidate committees, and political action committees (PACs) to file a post-general election campaign finance disclosure report by November 14—a law that applies to all non-federal candidates.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 8, 1914

For one week only, Bloom's will offer ladies ready-to-wear suits and coats, from $9 to $50 in value, for just $4.95.

Clearmont Outvotes County Average

People in Sheridan County's Precinct 10-1, the Clearmont Town Hall, may have been the votingest area in the county this year.

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