Archive - Jul 31, 2015

Blood Drive Yields Good Results

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The three day Sheridan Community Blood Drive that took place this week at the Best Western Sheridan Center yielded good results, as United Blood Services met their goal all three days.

County Announces Road Closure for Monday

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At the request of Burlington Northern SantaFe Railway, Sheridan County Road 195, or Coal Creek Road near Ulm will be closed Monday between 7 and 3. According to a release from the county, the road must be closed all day so that crews with BNSF can repair their tracks.

Troopers eliminated from the state tournament / Summer SLam volleyball next weekend / Bronc football opens fall camp August 10th

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers were eliminated from the state "AA" American Legion baseball tournament Thursday in a 7-2 loss against Cody.

Cody led most of the way the troopers were are to draw the score to 4-2 in the 7th inning but Cody pushed three runs across in the 8th to finish off the Troops, after the game Head coach Ben Phillips said the Troopers made a great run this week.

Sheridan Farmer’s Market

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Sweltering temperatures didn’t keep the crowds away from the Sheridan Farmer’s Market Thursday evening.

Sheridan High School Construction Update

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Construction continues at Sheridan High School. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott stopped by to bring us the report.

Fair Means More Than Shows

More than livestock shows happen at the Sheridan County Fair.

Swine Show Draws 100-Plus Entries

Senior swine showmen contestants. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Emma Balstad was named champion senior swine showman, and Tom Terry reserve champion from a class of 30 4-H and FFA members Thursday night.

Field Drawing with Joel Ostlind

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A bright sunny morning among the great scenic vistas of the Brinton Museum was the setting for young artists Thursday as local artist, Joel Ostlind, hosted a field sketching workshop for children ages 8-12.

Pig Wrestling Draws the Crowds

One of the Sheridan County Fair's popular “extra” events is coming up this weekend. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Mini Horses Start Equine Shows at Fair

Katelyn Kalasinsky takes Blazer over a jump. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Horse events at this year's Sheridan County Fair got an early start with the miniature horse events at 8 Thursday morning.