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 7, 1916.

UPDATE - A grass fire on the south branch of Dry Creek burned 25 acres of state land Wednesday night, according to Bob Williams, chief of the Goose Valley Fire Department.

Longmire Days will bring bunches of people from all over the U.S. and one of the reasons why, is the variety of different events that include the actors of the show. One of these events is the Motorcycle Poker Run that will include a couple of riders from the show.

WYO Rodeo Week officially starts with the Boot Kick-Off on Tuesday. Black Tooth Brewery will make sure that the week is started right as they will host an after party. Jesse Woods, General Manager of Black Tooth.

Woods says that the event will start at 7pm.

Get your beds ready because the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Bed Races are going to be tearing up Sheridan’s main street next week. The races will be held on Friday July 15th at 9am.

If you are looking for something to do after the WYO Rodeo on Friday and Saturday nights, look no further than Sheridan’s Main Street. Each night the road will be closed off so that the popular Street Dance can take place.

The Antelope Butte Foundation recently announced their selection of Sandy Scott Suzor as the newest board member. Suzor is the owner of Powder Horn Realty in Sheridan but she's also an avid skier and adventure enthusiast who grew up skiing at Antelope Butte.

State Fire Marshal Lanny Applegate has been in his position since 2006 but he has now retired. Governor Mead appointed Michael Reed to replace Applegate beginning July 1. Mead claims that he chose Reed due to his extensive experience in law enforcement, administration, and emergency response.

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