Archive - Sep 19, 2019

Thursday is Grand Finale of Big Horn Homecoming

A homecoming parade through downtown Big Horn was among highlights of homecoming week Thursday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Thursday was the grand finale of a week of homecoming festivities at Big Horn High School, with a parade, pep rally, crowning of the high school royalty, the burning of the BH and a bonfire.

College Hosts Chamber Coffee

Sheridan College and the college foundation hosted a coffee Thursday as part of the Whitney Days observance. (Photo by Pat Blair)

As part of the Whitney Days observance this week, Sheridan College and the Sheridan College Foundation hosted a coffee Thursday morning for the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Hamilton Memorial Rodeo is This Weekend

The Sheridan College rodeo team will host the Pat Hamilton Memorial Rodeo this weekend at the Sheridan College AgriPark.

Cemetery Tour Schedule Announced

The Sheridan County Museum again this year is offering guided tours of the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery.

Thursday 09-19-19

Sheridan County Commissioners

Score Big in Denver Winner Announced

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WINNER!! Jenifer Shassetz won the Score Big In Denver prize package! Score Big in Denver, sponsored by Camelot Realty and Knecht Home Center prize package Included 2 plane tickets to/from Denver, 2 nights stay at The Best Western Denver and 2 tickets to Rockies and Broncos games!

SCLT, ABF Partner to Hire Year Round Employee

The Sheridan Community Land Trust and the Antelope Butte Foundation are teaming up to hire a year round employee that will split their time between the two entities.

2nd Annual Cats’ Brew Bash Saturday

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue will be hosting their 2nd Annual Cat’s Brew Bash at Luminous Brewhouse in Sheridan on Saturday.

AIS Check Stations to Close Sunday

In an effort to prevent the introduction of non native species of animals and plants into Wyoming waters, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department have Aquatic Invasive Species check stations that are mandatory for most watercraft.

UW Study Explores How Rock Expands Near Soil Surface in Southern Sierra Nevada

(Russell Callahan Photo)

A University of Wyoming researcher and his team discovered that weathering of subsurface rock in the Southern Sierra Nevada Mountains of California occurs due more to rocks expanding than from chemical decomposition, as previously thought.