Archive - Aug 3, 2017

2017 JC Fair Results: Halter Horse

James Foss was the Grand Champion in Mares and Joesi Schoolcraft was the Grand Champion in Geldings at the Halter Horse competition Monday at the Johnson County Fair in Buffalo.

Swine Show Popular With Youth

4-H youth usher their swine around the ring as the senior showmanship event gets under way. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The swine show brought about 100 hogs into competition Thursday night.

Sheridan County Fair: Jerney Named Champion Senior Horse Showman

Competing in the hunter under saddle class Wednesday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Betty Jerney was named champion senior horse showman, and Casey Prior was reserve champion in that class as the first of two days of horse classes was held Wednesday during this year's Sheridan County Fair.

Sheridan County Fair Results: Hoopes Wins Rawlings Award

A 4-H member talks about her project with judges in the Exhibit Hall earlier this week. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Senior 4-H member Emmalee Hoopes was presented with this year's Aspen Rawlings Award at the Sheridan County Fair.

Piney Creek Road Construction Update

Last year, the Wyoming Department of Transportation started on the two year construction project of Piney Creek Road.

Trident Theatre Presents, “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)[Revised]”

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Sheridan’s Trident Theatre Company open their first full length production, “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)[Revised]”, tonight at the Carriage House Theater in Sheridan.

Libraries to Host Eclipse Program Monday

This month's total Solar Eclipse is fast approaching and to gear up for the event, the Sheridan County Library Systems is hosting several programs to help locals learn more about it.

Thursday 08-03-17

Memorial Hospital with Mike McCafferty / Fort Phil Kearny with Misty Stoll

VOA CEO Discusses Future of Community Shelter

Volunteers of America Northern Rockies is in the process of transitioning from the Sheridan Community Shelter to a Homeless Outreach Program.

Fire Danger Remains High in the Bighorns

With the recent lightning-caused Dry Fork Fire eight miles north/northwest of Burgess Junction, officials with the Bighorn National Forest want to remind people of the potential for large wildfires in the forest. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.