Sheridan

It was a sizzling Third Thursday Street Festival in downtown Sheridan where the 5th annual Blue Ribbon Steak Cook-Off was held.

Temperatures hovered near 90 even as the sun dipped beneath the horizon as five teams vied for the first place prize of $500.

An artists' reception was held Thursday night at the SAGE Exhibit Gallery on North Main. It was the 28th annual Watercolor Wyoming National Exhibition featuring 47 paintings created by 37 artists from 18 states, six of them local.

Since 1965, Up with People has provided young people from around the world a unique opportunity to travel abroad and see the world from a different perspective. The group has been in Sheridan this week volunteering with a number of different agencies.

Sheridan Media's Ron Richter had a chance to sit down Thursday with a Sheridan woman that has been traveling with the group Up with People for a little over a year now.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation announced Thursday there will be a series of hourlong road closures starting on Monday on Interstates 90 and 25 in the Buffalo area.

The annual Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Echoes Of The Past Cemetery Tours will continue this Thursday and Friday and wrap up Saturday, August 17th.

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board voted unanimously Wednesday to have OMP Engineering put together a preliminary design for a SCADA system that would be used to monitor the remote SAWS pump stations.

A fundraiser for the Wyoming State Democratic Party that will be held in Sheridan later this month will feature U.S. Senator for Montana, Jon Tester. Chairman of the Sheridan County Democrats Hollis Hackman.

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