Archive - May 30, 2014 - News

Police Investigate Pharmacy Break-in

Police had the area guarded and marked off with crime scene tape. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A report is just now coming in from the Sheridan Police Department regarding the taped-off crime scene in downtown Sheridan.

Flooding Keeps Wolf Creek Road Closed

Flooding continues to keep one of the county's roads closed. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

Summer U Starts Next Month

The 29th annual summer high school institute at the University of Wyoming in Laramie comes up next month.

Gillette Woman Vies for Crown

A young woman from Gillette will be one of the seven contestants this year vying for the Miss Wyoming crown this weekend at the WYO Theater in Sheridan.

Association Plans Women's Shootout

The Second Annual Ladies Day shooting event organized by the Sheridan County Sportsmen's Association will be held Saturday at the facility on Keystone Road in Sheridan.

Sandbags Available at Fairgrounds

(Photo by Ron Richter)

With a forecast of rain on the way and roads in Sheridan County already flooding, county officials are galvanizing to make a preemptive strike.

Festival Promoter Says Campground’s Set

Lady Antebellum -- Courtesy Photo

The promoter of the upcoming Big Horn Country USA music festival with headliner “Lady Antebellum” planned for Sheridan said tickets are still available for each night, separately, or for a 3-day package.

Officials: High Waters Dangerous for Boaters

State park officials say high waters are dangerous for boaters, so be prepared.

Flooding Closes Wolf Creek Road

Wolf Creek Road south of Ranchester near the Tongue River was closed Thursday morning by local officials because of water over-topping the roadway.

Library Starts New Teen Program

Photo provided by the Johnson County Library.

A local library has unveiled an addition to their regular summer teen program. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.