Archive - Jul 2018 - News

July 29th

Goose Creek Cup Played Sunday

Bud Light players in blue and Coca Cola in red race chase the ball down the field. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Teams for Coca Cola and Bud Light squared off against each other Sunday afternoon in one of the highest rated polo games played in North America this summer.

Carol Masters Merits Grand Marshall at 42nd Annual Dayton Days

The 42nd Annual Dayton Days Parade was halted at midtown to honor Carol Masters, Grand Marshall, with flowers and a plaque from grateful members of the Dayton community.

Poll Question: Ideal Population for Sheridan?

This week, for the First Northern Bank/Sheridan Media Poll Question, we asked Sheridan residents: “What is the ideal population for the town of Sheridan?”

July 28th

A Look Back in Time: July 29, 1918

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, 1918.

Knights of Mayhem Entertain at Fairgrounds

One of the knights presents a flower to a young "princess" at the start of the tournament. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a special event at the fairgrounds this weekend. Here's her story.

Water Fight Among Highlights of Dayton Days

Teams compete to move the barrel to the other team's side. (Photo by Par Blair)

Among the highlights of the annual Dayton Days was the Water Fight sponsored by the town's fire department in Scott Bicentennial Park.

Lions Sponsor Ride for Summer School

A bike rider signs up foe Lion Ryan Express event. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Registration started at 7 a.m. Saturday for the eighth annual Lion Ryan Express Bicycle Ride.

Boaters Urged to Use Caution at Keyhole Reservoir

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Two recent accidents involving motorized personal watercraft, or jet skis, on Keyhole Reservoir have prompted Wyoming Game and Fish officials to encourage the public to exercise caution while recreating at the popular fishing and boating location.

UW’s $20 Million Microbial Grant Research Projects Underway This Summer

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(Photo courtesy of the UW)

Over the next five years, researchers with the University of Wyoming will be using cutting-edge techniques, including DNA sequencing and computational modeling to learn the distribution and ecological consequences of microbes.

Enzi: Career and Technical Education Bill is a Great Bipartisan Achievement

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Congress this week passed the re-authorization of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming praised the long, bipartisan struggle of getting the act reauthorized.