Preventing Infant Drowning Deaths Through Training

Preventing Infant Drowning Deaths Through Training (Photo courtesy Infant Swim Resource)

Drowning is the leading cause of death for infants between the age of one and four. But staff with the Sheridan Recreation District are hoping to provide training to the youngest of youngsters and give them the basic skills to survive if they fall into a pool or another body of water.

Dog, Horse Show Results Released

Michael Shaw of Big Horn practices showing a steer in preparation for Monday morning's Round Robin competition at this year's Sheridan County Fair. In the Round Robin, participants show animals other than their own. Shaw had a dairy goat in this year's fair, where he picked up grand championships in showmanship and breed competition. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Payton Gibson took showmanship honors in Sunday morning's dog show at the Sheridan County Fair.

Sheridan Angels Dinner and Silent Auction Sept. 7

Sheridan Angels Dinner and Silent Auction Sept. 7

It's just over a month away, but the Sheridan Angels – with their slogan “changing the world through deliberate acts of kindness” – needs your help.

Summer in Wyoming is a Time for Family Gatherings and Reunions

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They came from all corners of the country, these folks both young and old, to celebrate a family’s existence over a period of almost 75 years.

Johnson County Fair & Rodeo Parade 'Successful, Fun'

The Seventh Cavalry Drum and Bugle Corps marches in the 2013 Johnson County Fair and Rodeo Parade.

This weekend the Johnson County Fair and Rodeo week wrapped in Buffalo with the main rodeo events Saturday and Sunday.

Council to Address Linden Hill This Evening

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Safe sledding is a term that may apply to tonight's Sheridan City Council meeting, as the Council will be considering an agreement that would make Linden Hill a much safer place for those that use the hill for sledding in the wintertime.

Big West Arts Festival is Another Success

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Elaine O. Henry

The weather cooperated this past weekend for the 8th annual Big West Arts Festival held on the Sheridan College campus grounds.

This Week's Poll Question

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The August 20th special election concerning the Sheridan College 15.85 million dollar bond issue is fast approaching. If approved, the money would be used to renovate and expand the college's tech center.

It was a Wagon Box Weekend

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Bugler Craig Fischer

This past Friday and Saturday, it was a Wagon Box Weekend at the Fort Phil Kearny State Historic site near Banner. Two days were packed full of living history demonstrations, lectures, and games.

Fun in the Mud

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all photos by Judy Hagerott

There were the Sassy Sows, the Honey Hams, the Boss Hogs, not to mention the Franks and Beans and the Piggy Poachers. It was the annual Pig Wrestling Contest held at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, all part of the Sheridan County Fair.