The 24th Annual Elks Youth Rodeo will be held on Saturday and Sunday. This event brings participants from all over including Canada, Washington, and even New Mexico. One of the organizers Bob Strauser explained how the rodeo came about back in 1993.

Where can you find bloody marys, live music and a dutch oven cook-off? Just head up to Story on Friday and you can experience all of those things as part of the 3 day festival, Story Days.

The last couple of days have seen Sheridan County covered in a thick smoky haze. According to Dan Borsum, a Meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Billings, the smoke has been coming from the west.

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Sheridan's city planning commission will recommend that the city council next month approve a subdivision on North Gould Street with a variance from sidewalk requirements.

Dr. Hugh Batty is leaving the practice of Soldier Creek Medical, which is owned by Sheridan Memorial Hospital, and the hospital will be relocating the clinic in the next few weeks.

The Sheridan County Museum has had an average summer according to Museum Director John Woodward. While on Sheridan Media’s news/talk show Public Pulse, Woodward explained that certain program’s participation rates have gone up.

Local Music Historian Dr. Ariel Downing will give a lecture on the history of popular cowboy songs and ballads at the Brinton Museum in Big Horn Thursday at 6:30pm. Downing is the Curator of Museum Education at the Brinton.

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