The streets in Buffalo were packed for the annual Crazy Days held Friday and Saturday. Out with the old and in with the new as businesses were discounting store stock to get ready for new fall merchandise.
Ted Cruz, the Texas senator and runner-up as the Republican Party’s presidential candidate, failed to endorse the party’s nominee, Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention last week, earning him a chorus of boo’s.
Sunday evening, the band shell at Kendrick Park became the setting for the annual Montana Shakespeare in the Park program. In its 44th year, Michael Gonring headed up the production and explained what it was all about.
Consolidating smaller school districts across Wyoming might save the state money by lowering costs per student, yet could raise transportation costs. Less superintendents and school boards might save money, yet smaller districts have more flexible rules.
Thursday night Grinnell Plaza in downtown Sheridan attracted a multitude of shoppes. It was the kick-off for this year’s Sheridan Farmers Market. First year Market Manager, Zoila Perry, gave a run-down of what the 37 vendors had available.
Nearly a dozen people showed up at the Wyoming Welcome Center’s weekly program called Wyoming Wednesday. This week’s topic was Fort Phil Kearney and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.
Wyoming’s economy is struggling, much in part to the downturn in energy production across the state. But what about Sheridan? This week’s Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media Poll Question asks “How would you rate the current state of Sheridan’s economy?”
Saturday, a steady stream of visitors traveled to a one-of-kind art show held in the flower gardens of Lloyd and Diane Marsden, just south of Sheridan. Beauty complementing beauty as over 10 local artists displayed their talent among nature’s splendor.
The “No Fly List” is the government’s list of people who are prohibited from boarding a commercial aircraft for travel in or out of the United States. The secret list is created and maintained by the government’s Terrorist Screening Center.
Dreams of being a cowboy took life for kids on Saturday during the Young Riders Rodeo. Over 50 kids, ages up to 18, participated in such events as stick horse racing, dummy roping, on up to steer roping, barrel racing and goat tying.
For David and Jo DeDecker it may be a job, but for this Colorado brother and sister duo, it’s much more than that, it’s protecting our one of a kind investments. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the story.