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Around 200 Sheridan area residents braved Saturday's rain and wind to participate in the sixth annual Out of Darkness Walk Saturday morning.

The Sheridan County Historical Society & Museum cancelled Saturday's cemetery tours due to rain and wind.

Starting on Thursday, September 29 at 11:45 a.m. and continuing through the afternoon of Friday the 30, there will be a symposium at the Sheridan College in which presenters from around Wyoming will discuss the creation of communities in which children and families thrive.

The WYO Theater has brought plenty of unique events to the Sheridan community over the years and this season the theater plans to bring many more attractions.

The 6th Annual Out of the Darkness Walk will still take place today despite the poor weather. However, the opening festivities have been moved to the YMCA. After the indoor ceremonies, the walk will still be held at Sheridan’s Whitney Commons Park.

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. 24, 1916.

Buffalo's City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades, in his report to the city council this week, said that he had issued building permits for construction projects in the city in recent weeks, but that it had slowed recently.

If you are trying to better your cooking skills no matter what level you are currently at, look no further than Sheridan High Schools Sue Henry Auditorium next Tuesday Evening as America’s #1 Cooking School, Taste of Home will be in town.

The Sheridan College Rodeo has been moved from the Sheridan County Fairgrounds to the Sheridan College Agri Park due to inclement weather. Performance times will remain the same today, tomorrow and Sunday, as the only change has been the location of the rodeo.

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Sheridan Broncs Football
The #1 ranked 4A Bronc Football team remain undefeated as they took care of #2 Ranked Rock Springs on the road. They won the game 24-16 and her is Trevor Jackson with the call of the first touchdown.

Their next test will be against #3 ranked Gillette at home next Friday.

Big Horn Ram Football
The #3 ranked 2A Big Horn Rams Football team stays undefeated as they beat Newcastle 40-10. They look to continue their success next Friday as they travel to Glenrock.