Sheridan

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 June 15, 1916.

Over the weekend, Powder River Days Ranch Rodeo and Ranch Bronc Riding kept it wild at the Fairgrounds. The WSRRA, Western States Ranch Rodeo Association, brought cowboys from all over our part of the nation.

Tuesday night 15 passenger train cars were pulled by a BNSF GE Locomotive loaded with 350 people several miles past Clearmont on a scenic adventure unlike any other. Sheridan Media Reporter Rustin Burr went along for the ride and talked to a number of different passengers.

More than 200 employees of Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, their families and friends boarded a passenger train Tuesday afternoon for an excursion ride from Sheridan to Clearmont and back again.

Sheridan County is about $116,000 short of balancing the budget for the fiscal year that starts on July 1.

Members of the Sheridan-Johnson County Critical Air Service Team, known as CAST, will meet in Riverton Friday with the Fremont County Air Service Team.

It is about that time again when the sounds and sights of fireworks will illuminate the night sky. Sheridan Fire Rescue Chief Terry Lenhart reminded us that there are some places fireworks are not allowed.

As Sheridan Media previously reported, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns in partnership with Thrivent Financial, hosted a “Women’s Build” over the weekend to help build a home for Sheridan resident Cathy Baker.

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