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A Look Back in Time: Aug. 16, 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 Aug. 16, 1918.

College Trustees Vote Support for SEEDA Grant, Loan Application

College trustees have voted support of a grant/loan application to the Wyoming Business Council that will allow Sheridan's Kennon Products to build expanded facilities in the Sheridan Hi-Tech Business Park.

Commissioners Accept Bid For Liability Insurance

Johnson County's Commissioners have accepted a bid to provide liability insurance for the University of Wyoming's Extension Office Educator for the county.

Johnson County's Candidates-Buffalo Mayor

Wyoming's Primary Election is next Tuesday, and we will be taking a look at the candidates for elected offices in Buffalo and Johnson County.

Gordon Makes Campaign Stop In Buffalo

Wyoming gubernatorial candidate Mark Gordon made a campaign stop in Buffalo Wednesday at the monthly luncheon hosted by the Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce.

Hub Receives Donation from Phillips 66

The Hub on Smith Street recently received a donation of $1,500 from Phillips 66 – and Phillips 66 employee Larry Baker, who's a Sheridan resident, was a key force in facilitating the gift, according to a news release from The Hub.

Sheridan College Faculty Member Wins Arts Council Award

Dr. Mark Elliot Bergman, director of strings and orchestral studies at Sheridan College, has received a Performing Arts Fellowship in Music from the Wyoming Arts Council.

Sheriff Reminds Drivers That It's Back-to-School Time

The new school year is here, and Sheridan County Sheriff Allen Thompson has issued a reminder to the traveling public to be alert.

6th Sod Farm Festival Set for Saturday

The 6th Sod Farm Festival is set to take place in Sheridan on Saturday afternoon through the evening. This event serves as a fundraiser for local non profit organization Project Schoolhouse.

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