The Wyoming Senior Olympics finishes up today, concluding with an awards ceremony tonight. At the Horseshoe competition which was held at Kendrick Park, Bob Alley volunteered at the horseshoe pits and explained the point system.

Wyoming's 2015 Senior Olympics will end Sunday night with an awards ceremony starting at 5 and dinner at 6 at the Kendrick Golf Course, located off Loucks Street in Sheridan.

A Summer Institute hosted by Sheridan County School District 2 will start Wednesday at Sheridan College in 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 July 19, 1915.

The issue of franchise agreements between the City of Sheridan and A-C-T and Charter Communications first came before the city council at their May 19 meeting. Since that time, the ordinances establishing the agreements have been tabled a couple of times.

A wet, windy June added up to a good month for mosquitoes, not so good for people dealing with them.

The Senior Center has opened a unique lending operation as a new service to our community. The center is lending out bicycles to anyone 18 and over in Sheridan for free and yes, they will have to be returned. Fun Director Jane Perkins gave the details.

A lack of interest or a lack of organization, but there seems to be no explanation for the lack of attendance at the Senior Olympics being held in Sheridan.

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