Archive - Jul 14, 2016 - News

Thursday Night’s Farmers Market

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Thirty-five vendors filled Grinnell Plaza in downtown for the weekly Farmers Market held on Thursdays.

Dayton Mayor Home

After being hospitalized overnight, Dayton Mayor Norman Anderson is at home and reportedly doing good, according to his wife, Jean.

Grass Dance, Women's Dance Performed at Pow Wow

Northern Cheyenne dancers at Thursday's First People's Pow Wow. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A grass dance and a social dance of Northern Cheyenne women were among the performances featured Thursday during the second day of the First People's Pow Wow on the lawn of the Historic Sheridan Inn.

Miss Indian Americas Feted at Luncheon

Models in clothes designed by Bethany Yellowtail and displayed in a fashion show at the Miss Indian America luncheon. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A special luncheon was held in Sheridan Thursday. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended and has details.

College Board Adopts 2016-17 Budget

Trustees for the Northern Wyoming Community College District will spend nearly $83.5 million in the year that started on July 1.

Off-Broadway Comedy 'Lucky Stiff' Comes to Sheridan

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Starting July 28 and continuing until July 31, Funny Face Productions will bring the uproarious off-Broadway production of Lucky Stiff to the Mars Theater at the WYO. Twenty-two local youth have been cast in this production directed by Emma Hall with music direction by Kathy McNickle.

FFA Members Dedicated to Helping Wyo Rodeo

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This week, John B. Kendrick FFA members can be seen working behind the chutes every morning during the slack performances. Several members volunteer to spend their time sorting, loading, and pushing livestock for ropers and steer wrestlers up each morning.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

A Look Back in Time: July 14, 1916

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 14, 1916.