Archive - Jun 2019 - News

June 26th

Loves Honored with Plaque for Gift

Mary Kay and Kim Love receive a plaque from the WYO Theater and The Hub on Smith Street for their gift of a warehouse to the two organizations. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Kim and Mary Kay Love were honored Wednesday for their gift of a warehouse to the WYO Theater and The Hub on Smith Street.

Karz Show Set for July 6th

The Karz Club will host their annual Karz Show on Main Street in Sheridan Saturday, July 6th. This show is meant to attract those with any vehicle that they really would love to show off to other car enthusiasts.

Bighorn Mountains Brewfest Saturday

On Saturday, the Antelope Butte Foundation’s Annual Bighorn Mountains Brewfest will take place at the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area in the Bighorn National Forest.

Tidbit Back on Tuesdays

The Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum’s Tidbit program is aimed to help 4-10 year olds in the community have some fun while learning about history.

June 25th

Rabies Clinic Sees Almost 500 Animals

The Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter’s annual Rabies Clinic vaccinated just shy of 500 animals earlier this month in Sheridan’s Kendrick Park.

Museum Exhibits for 2019

Photo By: Ron Richter

The Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum opened for the year the day before Memorial Day, showcasing some new exhibits and giving attendants the last chance to see a few others.

Committee Update from Rep. Western

The Transportation, Highways, and Military Affairs Committee of the Wyoming Legislature met in May to discuss the Interim Topics that were chosen by the Management Council.

Wyoming capitol building renovation reveals hidden paintings

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Workers have discovered oil paintings hidden on six vault doors in the Wyoming Capitol Building.

The Casper Star-Tribune reports the discovery of the art works uncovered during renovations in late May were announced Tuesday.

Coroner: Wyoming man drowned while searching for antlers

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RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — Investigators say an elderly western Wyoming man whose body was found in the Sweetwater River became hypothermic and drowned.

Wyoming News Update

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