One of the Sheridan Trolleys is going to deviate from its usual downtown route to provide logistical support for the rodeo, starting today. Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce executive director, Dixie Johnson.
Highway 212 yields a blackened landscape due to the southern Montana complex of fires. (Incident Management Team photo)
First Interstate Bank has initiated a collection effort to help wildfire victims start to re-build their lives after their homes and communities were devastated by a complex of fires in southern Montana.
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.
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