Archive - Jul 12, 2017

First Peoples Pow Wow Starts Wednesday

Members of the audience join in the intertribal dance. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Dancers, drummers and musicians from the Crow Reservation gathered on the lawn of the Historic Sheridan Inn Wednesday afternoon for the first of three First Peoples Pow Wows.

Treide Shares Ideas on 'Beating Amazon'

P.J. Treide at Wednesday's Chamber luncheon. (Photo by Pat Blair)

P.J. Treide told those at Wednesday's Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce luncheon to get online, get social, get active and reach out to their customers if they want to beat Amazon and other online marketing companies.

Conservation District Starts Discussions on Acme Site

Sheridan County Conservation District directors have started discussions on property that includes the former Acme Power Plant site now that ownership has been secured.

CHAPS Tournament of Knights

CHAPS is hosting an event dubbed the Tournament of Knights on July 29 and 30 at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. The show will take you back to an age of chivalry, when knights jousted and other medieval games were played.

Keep Pets Out of Hot Vehicles

Taking your pet on a ride in the car is usually the highlight of their day. However, during the summer months when temperatures are in the 90s, it might be better to leave your furry friend at home.

Street Dances Set for Friday and Saturday Nights

Sheridan WYO Rodeo Week features a slew of fun events for people to enjoy and one of the favorite events are the street dances. On Friday and Saturday nights, after the rodeo, Sheridan’s Main Street is closed off and filled with people to enjoy music, fun, and for many alcoholic beverages.

Wednesday 07-12-17

Game and Fish / Sheridan Travel and Tourism

Change of Plea, Sentencing in District Court

A change of plea hearing and subsequent sentencing was held Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Council Discusses Future of Kendrick Pool

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Sheridan City Council President Jesus Rios (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The long term future of the Kendrick Park Pool remains uncertain as officials with the City of Sheridan continue to debate what to do with the pool that is celebrating its 80th birthday this year.

The Running of the Ducks

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

Shortly after the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Parade in downtown Sheridan Friday, the creek in Kendrick Park will be the site for the annual Kiwanis Duck Race.