August 5th, 2013

Summer in Wyoming is a Time for Family Gatherings and Reunions

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They came from all corners of the country, these folks both young and old, to celebrate a family’s existence over a period of almost 75 years.


Results for the Holy Name Catholic Grade School
Charity Golf Tournament Held at Kendrick Golf Course Saturday August 3rd.

1st Place Gross Score = 56
Cameron Lindell, Randy Wieland, Cheryl Wieland, Bernie Spielman

2nd & 3rd Place Gross [Split tie] Score = 59
Larry Tellez, Jim Peil, Josh Schrivers, Jerry Weik
Mike Hardesty, Jay Hardesty, Rich Behlow, Steve Kennedy

4th Place Gross Score = 60
Nate MCune, Grant Pedigo, tony Beck, Bob Matthews
Mike Coulter, Bart Ostoff, Barry Thomas, Dan Overton

Highest Gross Score = 69
Tom O’loughlin, Bob Bender, Walt Wragge, Judd Flint

Johnson County Fair & Rodeo Parade 'Successful, Fun'

This weekend the Johnson County Fair and Rodeo week wrapped in Buffalo with the main rodeo events Saturday and Sunday.

August 4th

Council to Address Linden Hill This Evening

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Safe sledding is a term that may apply to tonight's Sheridan City Council meeting, as the Council will be considering an agreement that would make Linden Hill a much safer place for those that use the hill for sledding in the wintertime.

Big West Arts Festival is Another Success

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The weather cooperated this past weekend for the 8th annual Big West Arts Festival held on the Sheridan College campus grounds.


The Sheridan Troopers made a pretty good run at the state "AA" American Legion baseball tournament as they made the final three. The Troops were knocked out of the tournament by Cheyenne Post 6 on Saturday.

Post 6 and Casper played their championship game yesterday with Post 6 coming out on top 4-3. That's 12 state tiles for Post 6 out of the last 13 and the last five in a row. Gillette is the only other team during that time to win the Wyoming state title.

This Week's Poll Question

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The August 20th special election concerning the Sheridan College 15.85 million dollar bond issue is fast approaching. If approved, the money would be used to renovate and expand the college's tech center.

It was a Wagon Box Weekend

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This past Friday and Saturday, it was a Wagon Box Weekend at the Fort Phil Kearny State Historic site near Banner. Two days were packed full of living history demonstrations, lectures, and games.

Fun in the Mud

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There were the Sassy Sows, the Honey Hams, the Boss Hogs, not to mention the Franks and Beans and the Piggy Poachers. It was the annual Pig Wrestling Contest held at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, all part of the Sheridan County Fair.