Archive - Aug 2016

Hospital to Open Downtown Location

Sheridan Memorial Hospital will open a location downtown for several of its support services during the week of Sept. 19.

Wednesday 08-31-16

UW / Don King Days / Halo

Soldier Creek Habitat Management Area Re-Opened

The Soldier Creek Habitat Management Area re-opened to public access on Tuesday. Public Information Specialist for the Sheridan Region of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department Bud Stewart, said that the area was only closed since last Friday.

Labor Day in The Bighorn National Forest

Summer days are coming to an end as the Labor Day holiday, which many consider a symbol of that end, is on Monday.

August 30th

Permits Available for Non-Commercially Guided Snowmobile Trip Into Yellowstone

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Applications will be accepted starting Thursday, for non commercially guided snowmobile trip permits into Yellowstone National Park. The permits are for the upcoming 2016-2017 season.

Wyoming News Update

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Wyoming sage grouse count up for 3rd year in a row

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The number of greater sage grouse in Wyoming continues to grow, at least for now.

2016 High School Full Football Schedule Kicks off Friday / Cowboy Football Opens Saturday Night / Broncos at Cardinals Thursday Night

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs have their first road trip this week they will play at Casper Kelly Walsh. We will have it live for you on 14-10 KWYO the First Federal bank and trust pregame show will start at 6:30 the game will kickoff at 7:00.

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams open at home with Lovell Friday night the Rams got some good field time this past Saturday with some scrimmages and Head coach Micheal McGuire says they got to see all the players against some good competition.

Don King Days Set for Weekend

Polo, steer roping and bronc riding, along with the World Champion Blacksmiths Horseshoeing Contest, are on the agenda this weekend during Don King Days at the Big Horn Equestrian Center.

County Spends $650,000 for Dust Suppressant

Sheridan County spends about $650,000 to $700,000 a year for dust suppressant.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 31, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Aug. 31, 1916.