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Halloween Festivities Begin Early

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Halloween festivities are off to a howling good start with events kicking off Thursday night. Sheridan Media’s reporter Judy Hagerott made the rounds for the night’s activities. Big Horn Elementary celebrated with a “Trunk-or-Treat” followed by a chili supper in the school gym.

Community Turnsout For Monster March

The numbers of kids counted by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce during this year's Monster March were down compared to recent years, but were still good enough for what is considered an “average” year, according to Angela Fox, Director of the chamber of commerce.

Wyoming Revenue May Slide 23 Percent in 2017-2018

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by Gregory Nickerson | WyoFile.com

Wyoming revenue may slide 23 percent as prices and production in the mineral economy remain low, the state Consensus Revenue Estimating Group said Monday.

Researchers Say Humans Killed Off Mammoths

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Researchers at the University of Wyoming say humans are to blame for the extinction of mammoths.

Search for Next UW President Continues

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The search for a new president of the state’s only university continues.

Play Features Love Story of Strangers on a Plane

A story about two strangers on a plane falling in love will be presented as the first play of the season for the Sheridan Civic Theater Guild.

Legislators in the Classroom

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Four of our local legislators went back to school Wednesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Sheridan City Council Holds Special Meeting

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The Sheridan City Council approved second reading of an ordinance that calls for revision or repeal of provisions in the city's municipal code. The the provisions being repealed or amended are out of date, unenforced or are redundant to state statutes.

Wildfire Near Buffalo 100 Percent Contained

A wildfire burning since Saturday northwest of Buffalo through timber over steep terrain near the north fork of Shell Creek was expected to be 100 percent contained by late yesterday.

The Capitol Christmas Tree is Coming to Sheridan

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A 74-foot Lutz spruce tree will soon be making its way from the Chugach National Forest in Alaska where it was harvested, to the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C.

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