Sheridan

An Indian Art and Craft Market was held over the weekend in the parking lot of the Sage Art Center. Although, there were only two booths, what was on hand, was beautiful.

Looking for good, quality fruits and vegetables at a fair price, well, look no longer. Fresh produce is available, every Saturday, during the growing season, off the parking lot at Landon's Greenhouse.

As the thousands of visitors lined up for the annual WYO Rodeo in Sheridan, CEO of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, Dixie Johnson, says the local economy sees an incredible boost.

Just before 7 o'clock Sunday evening, a semi-trailer caught fire on the Interstate 90 exit 20 off ramp near the stop light on north Main by Kmart. Sheridan Fire-Rescue along with Rocky Mountain Ambulance, Sheridan Police Department and the Wyoming Highway Patrol responded to the incident.

It was another successful Kiwanis Duck Race Friday after the rodeo parade and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott went creek side to bring us this story.

Members of the Yakama Nation made the journey to Sheridan from Washington state to participate in the WYO Rodeo Parade and the First People's Pow Wow. One of the dances performed by the young dancers was the Yakama's swan dance.

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Once the parade was over on Friday, hundreds gathered on Grinnell Plaza to watch the First People's Pow Wow.

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