Sheridan

The Wyoming Theater Festival has hosted many performances already this week with no plans on slowing down any time soon, however, performances only make up part of the Festival’s experience.

The Soldier Creek Medical offices of Dr. Hugh Batty are temporarily operating out of Sheridan Memorial Hospital, according to Cecile Pattison with the hospital's community relations.

The Sheridan WYO Rodeo once again set an attendance record this year with 26,508 tickets sold, which was significantly more than the number of tickets sold last year. WYO Rodeo Board President Nick Siddle said this year’s rodeo was a tremendous success.

The Downtown Sheridan Association has been designated as an accredited Main Street America program for meeting performance standards that are set by the National Main Street Center.

The recent shootings of law enforcement officers around the country has no doubt had a profound effect on those that wear the badge and have taken the oath to “protect and serve”.

The 2nd annual Wyoming Theater Festival in Sheridan is in full swing, as the event got underway Monday. Organizer DannyLee Hodnett says they are trying to achieve two goals with the two-week festival.

The Third Thursday street festival for July is tonight downtown and also it's Thursday night's Farmer's Market night.

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 21, 1916.

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