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A Look Back in Time: Oct. 18, 1918

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. 18, 1918.

Vacutech Hosts Business After Hours

Members of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce gathered at Vacutech Wednesday night for food, conversation and a chance to tour the company's facilities during this month's Business After Hours.

Buffalo Mayor On Specific Purpose Tax At Chamber Lunch

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson spoke to those attending this month's chamber lunch event about the one-cent special purpose tax the city has placed on the November ballot, and asked for support of the tax when they vote next month.

Fort Phil Kearny's 'Full Moon Fort' This Weekend

This Friday and Saturday, Fort Phil Kearny near Story will be hosting their sixth annual “Full Moon Fort.”

City of Buffalo Awards Alternate Bid On Tech Park

The Buffalo City Council has accepted an alternate bid on the Buffalo Tech Park Project, on the recommendation of Project Engineer Brent Bennett with Nelson Engineering.

Northern Wyoming Sugar Beet Harvest Near Completion

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Northern Wyoming’s sugar beet harvest is nearing completion with about 70 percent of the crop in hand on Friday, according to the Associated Press. Western Sugar Cooperative senior agriculturist Mark Bjornestad says tonnage is going to be just beneath 29 tons per acre.

Tongue River Valley Candidate Forum

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs Committee is hosting a Tongue River Valley Candidate Forum on Oct. 24, at 7 p.m. at the Tongue River Valley Community Center in Ranchester.

UW Graduates First Group of Students in Health Administration Master’s Program

A new University of Wyoming master’s degree program in health care administration has helped advance the expertise and career prospects for a dozen Wyoming professionals and 20 people from outside Wyoming.

UW’s Fisher Innovation Launchpad Announces 10 Finalists

Ten innovative businesses formed by University of Wyoming graduate students are finalists that will compete for $125,000 in seed funding to grow their businesses.

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