The Brinton Museum in Big Horn will host the Bighorn Rendezvous Art Show and Sale Friday and Saturday. The Northwest Rendezvous Group of Artists will feature 37 painters and sculptors plus nine special guest artists for an exhibition and sale including more than 175 works of art.
The 2016 Wyoming Senior Olympics gets underway in Sheridan Wednesday with an athlete check-in from noon to 6 pm at the Sheridan YMCA. A full day of events begin Thursday, culminating with the Opening Ceremonies from 5 pm to 8:30 pm at Kendrick Park in Sheridan.
In a couple of weeks, close to 300 cyclists will converge on Sheridan and the surrounding area for Bike MS: Wyoming’s Bighorn Country Classic. The ride is a fundraiser for the Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
The Sheridan Eagles #186 at 5th and Main, will be hosting a candidate meet and greet Wednesday at 6. Eagles member Mona Hansen says it will offer people a good chance to get to know the candidates prior to the Primary Election on the 16th.
The Sheridan City Council will work with a light agenda Monday night as there are no items under new or old business. A revised New Growth Alliance Memorandum of Understanding is an item that will be approved on the consent agenda.
The Sheridan Sundowner Lions Club will be hosting the 4th annual Lion Ryan Express Bicycle Ride Saturday. Jim Rapp with the Sundowner Lions Club explains that all of the profits from the ride go to help blind and visually impaired children.
Rex Rammell, Republican candidate for Wyoming’s lone congressional seat, has announced that he will hold a news conference today, where he intends to withdraw from the race and offer his endorsement of one of his opponents.
The three candidates running for the Republican nomination for the two seats available on the Sheridan County Commission recently appeared as guests on our news talk show Public Pulse. The candidates are Dennis Fox and incumbents Tom Ringley and Mike Nickel.
The 2nd annual Wyoming Theater Festival in Sheridan, now in its second week, offers people a chance to see big city playwrights, directors and actors at work in a much more intimate setting than many of them are accustom to.
The Hatchery Fire, burning 7 miles northeast of Ten Sleep is now at 40 percent containment as of 9 o’clock last night. Highway 16 in both directions and North Brokenback Road are now open. Fire crews continue to construct direct and indirect fire lines across the fire perimeter.
The Sheridan Senior Center’s home delivered meals program received a donation in the amount of $750 from the Sheridan Eagles #186. President Joe Marshall said it’s always good to give to such an important program that serves so many within the community.
Playwright Mark Saltzman’s new play, Alice Formerly of Wonderland, recently debuted at the Wyoming Theater Festival that is currently taking place in Sheridan. Saltzman shared an interesting fact about the character “Alice”.
The Sheridan WYO Rodeo once again set an attendance record this year with 26,508 tickets sold, which was significantly more than the number of tickets sold last year. WYO Rodeo Board President Nick Siddle said this year’s rodeo was a tremendous success.