Archive - Jul 25, 2015 - News

Johnson County Fair Week Begins Sunday

The 2015 Johnson County Fair and Rodeo will begin its week-long run this Sunday and continue through Sunday, August 2nd.

The fair will feature arts and crafts exhibits and livestock shows throughout the week and culminate in the rodeo next Saturday and Sunday.

‘Smackdown in Sheridan’

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(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

Dubbed the “Smackdown in Sheridan”, the Wild West Wreckers women’s roller derby team will make their home debut tonight in Sheridan against the Rapid City Revolution.

UW Launches Independent Program in Creative Writing

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UW Philosophy Professor Jeff Lockwood (Courtesy photo)

This fall, the University of Wyoming will be launching a new Creative Writing Program.

Sheridan, Gillette, Natives to Serve on BLM Council

The Bureau of Land Management has announced new appointments and re-appointments of members to its citizen-based Wyoming Resource Advisory Council, which advises the Bureau of Land Management on public land issues.

Wyoming Wednesday’s Topic is the Buffalo

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The final Wyoming Wednesday will feature John Woodward, Director of the Sheridan County Museum, talking about the importance of the buffalo to our area. He said the buffalo was quite a versatile animal to settlers and Indians alike.

County Fair: Dog Show Date Announced

Events are under way for this year's Sheridan County Fair.

Backstage Tours Give Another Glimpse of Theater

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For the past two weeks, the Wyoming Theater Festival has offered plays, performances and workshops, bringing theater to the forefront for area residents.

Sportsmen Donate Proceeds to Cancer Center

The Sheridan County Sportsman's Association chose the Patient Care Comfort Program at Sheridan’s Welch Cancer Center as the beneficiary of funds raised in a trap shoot last month.

A Look Back in Time: July 25, 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 25, 1915.