Archive - Aug 5, 2016 - News

First Sheridan County Fair Farmer’s Market in the Books

The anticipation of the first ever Sheridan County Fair Farmer’s Market is over. The event came together smoothly Friday evening, as multiple local vendors set up shop near the Exhibit Hall.

A Full Friday at the Sheridan County Fair

As the afternoon began to heat up, so did events at the fairgrounds. Friday’s events included the rabbit show, trail and western horse events, equine demonstrations, a scavenger hunt, farmer’s market, beef show and community dance.

46 Artists Participate in Rendezvous at Brinton Museum

Seattle artist Paul Mullally and three of the paintings he entered in the Rendezvous at the Brinton Museum. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Forty-six artists from the Northwest Rendezvous Group are in Big Horn this weekend for the Big Horn Rendezvous at the Brinton Museum.

CHAPS Clients Demonstrate Horsemanship Skills

CHAPS client Chloe Laumann rides her horse over obstacles during the CHAPS demonstration Friday afternoon at the fairgrounds. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Two clients of Sheridan's CHAPS demonstrated the skills they'll use at the state Special Olympics Friday afternoon at the Sheridan County Fair.

Mars' Donation to WYO Remembered

Sheridan Media continues its look at the events and projects in Sheridan County to which the late Forrest E. Mars Jr. contributed.

Snickers Cup Planned by Mars, Connell

The annual Snickers Cup soccer tournament at the Big Horn Equestrian Center was the brainchild of Forrest Mars Jr. and the late Bob Connell.

Wyoming Senior Olympics Friday Track and Field

Some pictures from Friday mornings Senior Olympic Track and Field events at Sheridan High School.

81-Year-Old Runs 10K at Wyoming Senior Olympics

81-year-old Della Works has lived in Casper for 53 years and Friday morning she participated in the Wyoming Senior Olympic 10k run. That is a 6.2 mile long race that many 20-year-olds would struggle to complete.

Couple Travels From Southern California to Participate in Senior Olympics

The Wyoming Senior Olympics in Sheridan have brought competitors from all over the country including a couple from Southern California. Suzette and James Lee came to compete in the 100 meter race and singles bowling respectively.

High Ranking State Senators, Governor, Could Face Ethics Investigation

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A formal complaint filed by four residents of Wyoming calls for an ethics investigation of State Senator Eli Bebout of Riverton, Senate President Phil Nicholas of Laramie, the 2016 members of the Senate Rules Committee, and Governor Matt Mead.