Sheridan College Agricultural students Jake Bare, Torrey Belus, Julia Collins and Amelia Manual traveled with their coach, Chuck Holloway to the University of Wyoming in Laramie, where they recently competed in the Wyoming Farm Bureau Collegiate Discussion Contest.
In June of this year, Paw Prints Pet Boutique in Sheridan held the inaugural wiener dog races. This Saturday (Oct. 12), they'll be holding another unique contest, as dogs of all shapes and sizes will be able to show their strength in the first-ever doggie weight pull contest.
The historic trolley that is located next to the Sheridan County Museum is in need of renovations, and the Sheridan County Historical Society is looking for help from the community to store the trolley over the winter.
Representatives with Sheridan County, the City of Sheridan and FEMA were on hand for a public meeting Tuesday to discuss the soon to be adopted flood insurance rate maps. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter as there and has the story.
In 1908, around one thousand people lived in the Sheridan County town of Monarch. Four hundred and fifty men worked in the nearby Monarch Mine, collecting a total payroll of $30,000 every month. That was in 1908.
The Sheridan Civic Theater Guild opened their season Friday night with the play “God of Carnage”. Director Matt Davis says that the small cast fits the mold of the Carriage House Theater where the production takes place.