July 10th, 2012

First Interstate Bank Takes Supplies For Fire Victims

Highway 212 yields a blackened landscape due to the southern Montana complex of fires. (Incident Management Team photo)

First Interstate Bank has initiated a collection effort to help wildfire victims start to re-build their lives after their homes and communities were devastated by a complex of fires in southern Montana.

County Board And City Council Appointments Approved

Scott Madsen

Various board and council positions were officially filled at last week's Buffalo City Council and Johnson County Commission meetings.

Johnson County Approves Construction Of Fuel Station

At their meeting last week, the Johnson County Commissioners gave the go-ahead to construct the county's proposed fuel station.

Habitat for Humanity Nets $60K

Habitat for Humanity of the Big Horns got a huge boost from a fellow nonprofit organization last week.

BDA's Main Street Market Kicks Off Wednesday In Buffalo

The Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA)'s summertime staples of the Main Street Market and Alive After Five Car Cruise will begin this year's run Wednesday in Buffalo.

July 9th


WYO RODEO - The 2012 Sheridan WYO rodeo starts this morning at 7:00 with steer triping slack, tomorrow through Saturday slack will begin at 9 am.

The first performance starts tomorrow night at 7:00. For the complete weekly schedule of rodeo events and activities you can go on-line to

Sheridan Media will be making our annual broadcast Friday morning starting at 6:00 at the Kiwanis pancake breakfast and finishing up with the WYO rodeo parade at 10:00.

Iron Brotherhood Hosts Poker Run For Senior Center

The Iron Brother Hood Motorcycle Club hosted a poker run to benefit the Sheridan Senior Citzens' Center Sunday. The group raised approximately $2000. (Photo by Bob Grammens)


There were two tournament finals played on Sunday at the BHEC – 1:00 Coca-Cola Cup; and at 3:00 the Fremont Motor Challenge.

During the 3:00 game, the Iron Brotherhood rolled in with many motorcycles as the finish to their Poker Run, which benefited the Sheridan Senior Center.

They had also raffled off a coin set. In total they raised about $1,000 to donate to the Senior Center.

In the Coca-Cola Cup, Sheridan Seed Co. played Century 21 to and 8-8 tie. The teams opted not to play an Overtime Period, and Sheridan Seed won the game on a coin flip.