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College President Provides Insight to Edwardian Times

Europe pretty much controlled the world by the time of World War I, according to a noted historian of the period.

First Hospital Belonged to State

Ground was broken for Sheridan's first hospital in late fall of 1904, but the facility didn't belong to the county.

This Week's Poll Question

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The optional one percent sales tax is up for vote again this year. Called by many the penny tax, it helps pay for the infrastructure, city buildings, parks and pathways, plus economic and community development.

MDU Requests a Gas Rate Increase

Wyoming residents may expect an increase in gas prices soon, as Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. has filed a natural gas rate increase request with the Wyoming Public Service Commission this week. The company has requested an overall increase in revenues of 4.13 percent.

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More Than 120 Attend Banquet

More than 120 people attended the Downton & Denim Banquet at Sheridan College on Friday night.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 4, 1914

Sheridan County's Democratic party has announced the ticket for next month's elections.

District 2 to Consider Graduation Coach Position

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees will take action on a graduation coach position at their meeting next week.

Yager Given Probation

Chris Yager has been sentenced to two years supervised probation on a charge of felony sexual assault in the third degree.

Annual Turkey Dinner is Sunday in Story

The Story Women's Club is preparing to serve between 300 and 400 people on Sunday during the annual Turkey Dinner at the club house in Story.

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