Sheridan

A new addition to this year's Sheridan Wyo Rodeo is the annual Rodeo Clown Reunion, where retired rodeo clowns from all over the country will spend a good part of this week taking in the events. Rodeo Board Chairman Zane Garstad.

The Ash Creek fire lines held up against higher temperatures and lower humidity over the weekend.

Sheridan Wyo Rodeo week is officially underway and the first of four PRCA rodeo performances is set to kick off this Wednesday night at the fairgrounds. While there are many events throughout rodeo week that are geared for all ages, one event in particular isn't necessarily kid friendly.

People living in the Rocky Mountain Region have had earfuls of news about wildfires in their areas.

The Eighth Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival was a great success again this year, according to co-organizer Paul Jarvis.

The weather was great, not too hot and no rainfall to dampen spirits.

Wyoming's Fourth Judicial District (Sheridan and Johnson Counties) now has a second District Judge that will be seated in Buffalo/Johnson County.
Governor Matt Mead announced Friday that he appointed William Edelman as the Fourth Judicial District Judge for Johnson County.

It's the signal that Rodeo Week is here; it's the annual Sheridan WYO Rodeo boot kick-off. It began years ago on Main Street, moved to Kendrick Park, and now, in its second year, the boot kick-off took place Saturday evening on the back lawn of Sheridan College.

You could hear the music blocks away, but being there, you felt the electricity. It was the first of its kind in Wyoming; it was the 1st annual Cowboy State Strongman Classic held in front of PUREENERGY Fitness on Riverside.

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