Archive - Jul 24, 2015

A Look Back in Time: July 26, 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 July 26, 1915.

County Clerk Warns Of Large Fees For Information

Johnson County Clerk Vicki Edelman wants residents in the county to be aware of an offer from a company offering to get property information for property owners for a large fee.
Edelman told Sheridan Media that the same information can be obtained directly from the county courthouse for a few cents per page.

In light of the Supreme Court ruling, should Obamacare now be:

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Repealed
62% (402 votes)
Fixed
25% (160 votes)
Left As Is
12% (78 votes)
Undecided
2% (13 votes)
Total votes: 653

UPDATE: Small Replaces Crossland at Dayton Days

Gary Small -- Courtesy Photo

Musician Gary Small of Sheridan and the Coyote Brothers will be playing for this weekend’s Dayton Days.

Concert Cancellation ‘Strictly a Business Decision’

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Trails End Concert Park General Manager Rob Green joined Z-94 FM’s Morning Show Host Steve Sisson Thursday to discuss details about the cancellation of Rock’n the Railroad music festival. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Vaccinations for Adults

(Photo by Ron Richter)

Aside from the seasonal flu shot, most people think of regular vaccinations as something that’s for infants or children.

Sagebrush Art Center to Host SAGE National Juried Show

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The Sagebrush Art Center will host the 5th annual SAGE National Juried Show this August at the historic train depot in Sheridan. According to a news release from the art center, the show will hang August 5th through September 15th.

Dayton Mercantile

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They’ve had their doors open for a year now and the husband and wife team of Elaine Stevens and Craig Boheler have made Dayton their home and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us their story.

District 2 Conference 'Going Well'

Today is the final day of the Summer Institute hosted by Sheridan County School District 2 to help educators improve their teaching skills.