Archive - Oct 25, 2015

Full Moon Fort

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A chilly night caused a few shivers Saturday night at Fort Phil Kearny, but it wasn’t the cold that sent those chill bumps down your arms or had your hair standing on end.

Twin Peaks Fire Estimated At 50 Acres

Twin Peaks Fire. Photo Credit: Johnson County Emergency Management

UPDATE 7pm Sunday: The firefighters will for the time being continue to operate under the same objectives and activities as today.
Crews were able to establish a fire line around the perimeter today.

State Cross Country Meet

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Hundreds of runners and spectators turned out for the state cross country meet held on the grounds of the VA in Sheridan on Saturday. More photos below.

UW Students Want To Restore Campus Monument

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(Photo courtesy of the University of Wyoming)

A University of Wyoming class wants to restore a long-neglected monument to a student who was killed in 1922 while celebrating the arrival of Arthur G. Crane, one of the university’s longest-serving presidents.

Annual Pet-O-Ween Costume Contest's Another Hit

These guys, Abner the coonhound, and Radar, a lab mix, were up for adoption at the Pet-O-Ween. Debi Crawford is holding the leashes. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan's Kendrick Park was the place to be on Saturday morning for the annual Pet-O-Ween.

Estate Planning Focus of Seminar

What people need to know when planning their estates was the focus of a seminar Saturday in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 25, 1915

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 Oct. 25, 1915.

Buffalo Police Prepping For Monster March, Halloween

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the Buffalo City Council at last week's meeting, saying officers had given a “stranger Danger” presentation to Buffalo's third graders.