The mountain climber from Wyoming who has now begun his treacherous walk down Mount Everest following the earthquake-caused avalanche remains in grave danger. Sheridan Media News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the update.
The organizers of this weekend’s Mayfest celebration hosted by the Holy Name Catholic School in Sheridan are hoping everyone comes out in their best 1950s attire, by wearing their angora sweaters with poodle skirts or cuffed up jeans with rolled-sleeved T-shirts. They don’t need the saddle shoes or penny loafers because this is a sock hop.
Twenty-five players have won $1,000 each in the most recent WyoLotto drawing held Thursday, including three from the local area, setting a record for the number of large winners per drawing in the history of the state's lottery.
Climber Darren Rogers of Sheridan who survived Saturday's earthquake-launched avalanche on Mount Everest in Nepal has been airlifted off the mountain top, as we reported earlier, but he still has a long way to go.
UPDATE: 8 Sunday Morning
Sheridan mountain climber Darren Rogers who was climbing the summit of Mount Everest in Nepal Saturday morning when an earthquake sent an avalanche careening down onto basecamp killing at least 15 people, is alive.
After dozens of public meetings and a review of comments from the public, the hunt seasons and quotas for Wyoming have been set for big game species, which include bison, upland game birds, small game and wild turkeys.