Archive - Jul 11, 2015 - News

A 70’s Kind of Day

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If you graduated from Sheridan High School anytime during the 70’s, you were invited out to a class reunion on Saturday.

There’s Just Something About a Harley

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The annual Wyoming state H.O.G. Rally, Harley Owners Group, was held in Sheridan over the week. The rally included poker runs, a bike show,on bike and off bike games, plus a concert and let’s not forget the rodeo.

Front Country Entertains Crowd, Instructs Children

Front Country lead singer Melody Walker belts out a song. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The band, Front Country, played for Friday night's evening show at the Big Horn Mountain Festival in Buffalo.

Anderson Swings in Buffalo

John Anderson was swingin'. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

People were “Swingin” to the song of the same name last night at the John Anderson concert in Buffalo.

Emergency Management: Be Aware Of FEMA Scam

Johnson County Emergency Management released a message Friday for citizens in the area to be aware there is a scam currently happening where unknown persons posing as FEMA agents are calling people informing them there are disaster grants available.

Kiwanis Gets Help to Make Breakfast a Success

Some of the hundreds who attend the pancake breakfast. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The annual parade day breakfast in downtown Sheridan is spearheaded by Sheridan's Kiwanis Club, but others pitch in to help make the event a success.

A Look Back in Time: July 11, 1915

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 11, 1915.