Archive - Oct 7, 2017

WWA Holds Open House

People mingle during the WWA open house. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Area residents were provided with drinks, snacks and a chance to see the new Wyoming Wilderness Association's new offices in Sheridan in an open house at the new facilities on Main Street Saturday night.

Dog Nosework Trials Held This Weekend

A dog checks out the container where the target odor has been placed. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Dogs and their owners are competing in three days of Nosework Trials this weekend at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Doubleday Sports Complex

As early as 2020, Sheridan could have a brand new sports complex that will be able to be utilized in a slew of ways.

Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt Dinner and Auction Set for Friday

The Wyoming Women’s Foundation will host their 5th Annual Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt starting on Thursday.

Friday Night Local Sports Scores


Sheridan 72 Campbell County 7

Big Horn 53 #3 Upton-Sundance 13

Southeast 45 Tongue River 0

Natrona 31 Kelly Walsh 0

Cheyenne East 28 Cheyenne Central 17

Thunder Basin 42 Rock Springs 25

Laramie 27 Cheyenne South 8


Sundance 3 Big Horn 1

Wright 3 Tongue River 0


The Lady Broncs are in Gillette today for duals with Thiunder Basion and Campbell county.

Cross Country

Sheridan High School at an invitational in Miles City, Montana today.

Department of Health: ‘Get Your Flu Shots Now’

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As Wyoming begins to see early signs of the flu season’s arrival, flu shots remain the best way available to help win the fight against influenza illness, according to the Wyoming Department of Health.

Free Document Shredding Day Provided by County Libraries

On Wednesday, the Sheridan County Library System’s libraries will host a Fraud Watch Workshop led by AARP Wyoming.

Rotarians Host Annual Hunt

Trap shooters lined up ready to take aim. No one was allowed to stand beside or in front of them. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Six Rotarians from out of state are participating this weekend in a tradition that's been happening in Sheridan for more than 60 years.

Council Gets September Report From Buffalo Police Chief

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, during a brief end-of-the-month report, gave what appeared to be a “normal” month for the department in September, with the incidents reported being relatively minor.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 7, 1917

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. 7, 1917.