May 22nd, 2016

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President Obama will soon be visiting Hiroshima, the first city to be hit with an atomic bomb. The first sitting president to visit the site of the first atomic bombing, the trip is planned to emphasize the friendly ties built between one-time enemies.

Eaton Horses Travel Through Sheridan

An Eaton's Ranch wrangler looks back over his shoulder. (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than 160 horses traveled west on Fifth Street Sunday morning, headed for the Eaton's Ranch for the summer.

Motorcycle Crash Claims Gillette Man

A motorcycle crash on Wyoming State Highway 50 claimed the life of 62-year-old Gillette resident Sherman Taylor late last week.

May 21st

A Look Back in Time: May 22, 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 May 22, 1916.

College Pleased With Cutting Event

Gordon Bray and his horse get head-to-head with a cow during the cutting event at Sheridan College's AgriPark. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has details about an event she attended at Sheridan College's AgriPark this weekend.

Leather Show Takes Over Holiday Inn

Leather show vendors Ron Titus, left, from San Diego County, Calif., and Tom Eberle from St. Louis, Mo. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Business appeared brisk and vendors happy at this year's Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show.

CAP Cadets Have Flight Orientation

Sheridan Squadron Ian Lydic directing Civil Air Patrol flights Saturday morning. (Photo by Pat Blair)

About 30 cadets with the Civil Air Patrol in Sheridan took to the skies at the Bighorn Airways facilities in Sheridan Saturday.

First 'Color Fun Run' to Benefit Miss Wyoming Pageant

Contestants take off at the start of the "Sash Dash" fun run in Kendrick Park Saturday morning. (Photo by Pat Blair)

About 20 people signed up for the first-ever Sash Dash Color Fun Run at Kendrick Park Saturday morning.

BDA Shows Off Signs, Makes Requests For Upcoming Events

BDA Director Sharon Nadeau with one of the A-frame style ad boards.

Buffalo Downtown Association Director Sharon Nadeau gave a presentation before the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting, to show off some new signage that can be used by businesses or other entrepreneurs for advertising purposes downtown or in or near Crazy Woman Square.

NWS Issues Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Eastern Sheridan County

UPDATE: The National Weather Service was no longer showing Sheridan County under thunderstorm warning as of shortly after 9 p.m. The original story is posted below.