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A Look Back in Time: Aug. 11, 1916

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 Aug. 11, 1916.

SAWS to Look at City Administration

Sheridan County's Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board is considering a proposal to turn administration of the county's rural water system over to the city of Sheridan.

Oktoberfest Home Brewers Wanted

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Oktoberfest is brought to Wyoming as Buffalo’s Crazy Women Square will come alive during the 7th Annual event that also hosts the popular home brew contest.

Bike MS Heads Through Buffalo

Get ready Buffalo, because this weekend there will be bicyclist pedaling all over town for the 2016 Bike MS Wyoming Ride.

Chamber Lunch Featured Program Designed to Help Students Graduate

Several community members gathered for a delicious lunch during the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon Wednesday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

TSA Service to Return in October

The Transportation Security Administration is still on track to restore security checks to the Sheridan County Airport in October.

Filing Under Way for School, College Boards

Filing started Wednesday for candidates for all three of Sheridan County's school districts, the Northern Wyoming Community College board of directors and the Sheridan County Conservation District.

Representative Berger and Candidate Biteman Debate Gun Free Schools

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The two candidates vying for the Republican nomination for State House District 51 were guests on our news talk show Public Pulse this week.

Secretary of State Murray Encourages People to Vote in Upcoming Primary Election

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With less than a week from Tuesday’s Primary Election in Wyoming, Secretary of State Ed Murray wanted to remind people that it’s their right to get out and vote on the 16th.

Firefighters Make Progress on New Fire in the Bighorns

Firefighters made progress Tuesday on a new fire burning in the Bighorn National Forest. The lightning caused Duncan Fire, located about 3 ½ miles south of Dead Swede Campground, has burned less than one-half acre of timber.

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