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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 20, 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 Sept. 20, 1918.

Cost for Maintenance Work Nearly $2 Million

Major maintenance work needed at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library, including replacement of the roof, is nearly $2 million.

Library Board Formally Approves Story Library Expansion

A proposal for expansion of the Story Branch Library received formal approval from Sheridan County Public Libraries trustees in their meeting Wednesday night.

Gagliano Book Selected For National Book Festival Honor

Buffalo author Eugene Gagliano has been honored with his book “Is it True?”, a collection of humorous children's poems, as part of the 2018 National Book Festival's “Discover Great Places Through Reading” list.

HD40 Candidate Schock Speaks at Chamber Lunch

Chris Schock, candidate for the seat in State House District 40, was the featured speaker at the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Lunch on Wednesday, where those attending were able to meet him and ask questions.

JOCO First Seeking Public Input On Civic Center's Future

JOCO First will be conducting a survey during the month of October to gather input on what direction the community would like to see the organization and specifically the Bomber Mountain Civic Center move in the future.

World Renowned Pianist Performs at Sheridan College

This Thursday, world-renowned pianist Fei-Fei will be performing a collection of pieces by classic pianists such as Mozart in the Whitney Center for the Arts concert hall at Sheridan College. The performance will begin at 7 p.m.

Whitney Concert Hall to be Renamed in Honor of Tom Kinnison

The Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall is to be renamed Kinnison Hall in honor of the late Tom Kinnison.

UW Religion Today: Wanted: An American Islam

We readily speak of “American Christianity” and “American Judaism” and are even wrapping our minds around the notion of “American Buddhism,” particularly on the West Coast. So, why does the notion of “American Islam” strike us as strange?

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