Archive - Jul 29, 2016 - News

County Fair Welcomes Farmer’s Market

There is a new addition to county fair this year, which brings the love of local produce and products to the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Liz Shaffer, Sheridan County 4-H educator, has been working with producers within the community to put on the first farmer's market as part of the county fair.

Semi-Truck Rolls on Sand Turn

A semi-truck rolled Friday afternoon at Sand Turn in between Burgess Junction and Dayton. The truck was loaded with bagged bentonite and the wreckage is partially blocking the lanes. WYDOT reports that there were no injuries.

This is the second semi-truck that has rolled at Sand Turn this week.

Sheridan’s Crazy Days Celebration

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Sheridan’s Crazy Days Celebration is set for next Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Beth Holsinger, Executive Director of the Downtown Sheridan Association, explained what happens during this sale.

Pokemon-Go: The Game Taking Over Wyoming and America

Pokemon-Go is the newest installment in the popular Pokemon franchise and it has taken America by storm.

Arden Fire Holding at 544 Acres Burned

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Detected on July 19, the Arden Fire has burned 544 acres of heavy timber on slopes up to 25%. This lightning caused inferno has been 80% contained and should be completely out soon.

Bike for Sight is Saturday

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The Sheridan Sundowner Lions Club will be hosting the 4th annual Lion Ryan Express Bicycle Ride Saturday. Jim Rapp with the Sundowner Lions Club explains that all of the profits from the ride go to help blind and visually impaired children.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

State House District 40 Representative Mike Madden Ready for Another run

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Wyoming House District Representative Mike Madden is running for re-election this year, the incumbent to House District 40 made an appearance Thursday on Sheridan Media's Public Pulse program.

A Look Back in Time: July 29, 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 29, 1916.