Archive - Jul 2011

June 30th

City of Sheridan Now Has One More Bar and Grill License

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In order to meet the state's growing population, the Wyoming State Legislature this past session passed a bill to expand the number of bar and grill liquor licenses available to municipalities.

Get Advance Tix Now for Bighorn Mountain Festival

Time is running out to get advance tickets for the upcoming Seventh Annual Bighorn Mountain Festival and save some cash.

30th Ucross Fireworks Display Sunday at Big Red

The annual Fireworks Extravaganza at the Big Red at Ucross will be Sunday, July 3rd from 5 pm until the fireworks are over.

Jo Co School Board Approves Bid for Electronic Keys

The Johnson County School Board approved a bid for a district-wide electronic entry system for the schools.

Blood Drive July 5th in Buffalo

United Blood Services will be in Buffalo next week for another blood drive. Mike Frigon, Senior Donor Recruitment Representative for UBS, said the Buffalo community has always been a big contributor to the blood drives.

Three Arraigned in District Court

Julie Cox was scheduled to be arraigned in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday morning on Felony Possession and DUI charges, but her attorney, Public Defender Ryan Healy, made a motion for Cox to have a competency evaluation done through the Wyoming State Hospital.

Fra Dana...Who Was She?

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Sometimes, we overlook what's precious in our own back yard. Such was the case of Fra Dana artist and rancher's wife who lived on the Dana Ranch on Pass Creek, near Parkman, during the turn of the century.


FREEDOM-FEST 2011 - The first annual Freedom Fest hosted by the Sheridan Recreation District will be held Monday on the 4th of July at the old Woodland Park school.

Along with Sheridan Media sponsors include Pepsi and Kilpatrick Creations, Rec District Sports Specialist Dale Boedecker talks about how Freedom-Fest came to be.

And dale says the hopes are to make this a yearly