Archive - Jul 7, 2015 - News

Commissioners Initiate Vacation Process of Road in Ranchester

Sheridan County commissioners have initiated the vacation process of a portion of the Five-Mile Road Extension at Ranchester to provide better alignment with Highway 14.

I Wish I Didn’t Know Now What I Didn’t Know Then

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Charles Pelkey, a state legislator and attorney in Laramie, put a story on Facebook about the pitfalls of being a grown-up adult in today’s society:

WYO Rodeo Includes Bed Races, Carnival, Powwow, Dance, Parade

Last Year's Bed Races -- Leslie Stratmoen Photo

Sheridan WYO Rodeo week is here. The big event tonight will be the Boot Kick-off party, which starts at 4 at Kendrick Park.

Anderson Looks Forward to Buffalo Appearance

John Anderson -- Courtesy Photo

Singer/songwriter John Anderson who’s the headliner for Friday night at the Big Horn Mountain Festival coming up this weekend in Buffalo talked about the dedication of both his band members and their fans during a recent interview with Sheridan Media.

Several Bands on Bill for Buffalo Music Festival

Marty Stuart and The Fabulous Superlatives -- Courtesy Photo

Along with several band performances, the weekend’s Big Horn Mountain Festival in Buffalo features two international known headliners on Friday and Saturday nights -- singer/songwriters John Anderson and Marty Stuart.

Buffalo Festival Includes Bluegrass Camp

The Bluegrass Camp for Kids starts today as part of the Big Horn Mountain Festival that runs Friday through Sunday in Buffalo.

Police Use Festival Security Strategy for Rodeo

Looking back over the Big Horn Country USA music festival held recently in Sheridan that brought in upwards of 8,000 people, local police are pleased with their coverage of the event.

Chamber Announces ‘Paintin’ Town Red’ Winners

Pictured from left to right in front of Plaza Gallery: WYO Rodeo Board Secretary Vicki Kane; Plaza Gallery employee Mona Tescher; Downtown Sheridan Association Executive Director Beth Holsinger; Plaza Gallery Manager Mary B Tanner; Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson. (Photo Provided)

A contest called “Paintin’ the Town Red” for the 85th was held this year to celebrate the WYO Rodeo that’s going on this week.

Council Tables Franchise Agreements, Approves Senior Center Request

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan City Council considered a number of items at their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Shell Falls Interpretive Site Offers Educational Opportunities

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The Shell Falls Interpretive Site located 21 miles south of Burgess Junction on U.S. Highway 14 in the Bighorn National Forest offers visitors new displays and interpretive programs that explore the geology, history and ecology of Shell Canyon.