Archive - Jul 2018

July 29th

Weekend Local Sports Wrap up

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers opened up the state Double "AA" American Legion baseball tournament yesterday day in Cheyenne and dropped the opener 13-3 against Casper they will play Evanston in an elimination game today.

Other games Sunday had Gillette beating Evanston 3-0, Laramie whipped Jackson 18-3 and Post 6 from Cheyenne shut out Rock Springs 14-0.

JETS BASEBALL - The state "B" American Legion tournament wrapped up Sunday at Thorne-Rider stadium Gillette took the title with a 9-0 shut out win over Evanston.

Tornado watch issued for portions of 4 states

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Forecasters have issued a tornado watch for portions of four states.

Wyoming biologists search for bats amid worries over disease

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POWELL, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming wildlife biologists have mounted an emergency effort to locate and identify bat species across the state, following the discovery of a fungus that causes fatal white-nose syndrome in the animals.

Wyoming News Update

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MISSING BOY — A search is underway in the mountains of western Wyoming for a 13-year-old boy from Utah who became separated from his Boy Scout group during a backcountry hiking trip.

County OKs Estimates For Landscaping At Library

Johnson County's Commissioners approved the county library to get estimates on a landscaping issue that needs to be resolved at the facility, after Library Director Cynthia Twing explained the problem to them at their last meeting.

Paradise Guest Ranch Minor Subdivision Approved

A minor subdivision application for a portion of the Paradise Guest Ranch west of Buffalo was approved by the Johnson County Commissioners at the request of County Planner Jim Waller, who explained more about the request.

Johnson County Fair and Rodeo Events Underway

The 2018 Johnson County Fair and Rodeo began this past Saturday and will run through Sunday, August 5th at the fairgrounds and other locations around Buffalo.

A Look Back in Time: July 30, 1918

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 30, 1918.

Goose Creek Cup Played Sunday

Bud Light players in blue and Coca Cola in red race chase the ball down the field. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Teams for Coca Cola and Bud Light squared off against each other Sunday afternoon in one of the highest rated polo games played in North America this summer.

Carol Masters Merits Grand Marshall at 42nd Annual Dayton Days

The 42nd Annual Dayton Days Parade was halted at midtown to honor Carol Masters, Grand Marshall, with flowers and a plaque from grateful members of the Dayton community.