Archive - Aug 26, 2017

Brewfest Draws Huge Crowd Again

Twenty-four breweries from several states brought huge crowds to Whitney Commons Park Saturday for the sixth annual Fremont Toyota Suds n' Spurs Brewfest.

Story Community Celebrates Story Days

Raffles, lunch, a parade and horseshoe tournament are helping celebrate the 30th annual Story Days this weekend in the Story Community.

Reception Celebrates 60 Years for Story Elementary

Story Elementary School has been a big part of the Story community for a long time.

Broncs Look Sharp in Football Opener / Broncs CC win Casper invite / Bronc Tennis Remain Unbeaten

FOOTBALL-The Sheridan Broncos whipped Rock Springs 51-0 They play at Cheyenne Central next week.

VOLLEYBALL- Sheridan goes 1-2 at Cheyenne tournament on day one,Tongue River is 1-1 at the Basin Invite and Big Horn was 2-1 in Douglas.

X-COUNTRY- Broncs win Casper invite the Lady Broncs finish third.

TENNIS- The Sheridan Broncs sweep1 Cheyenne East and Central the Lady Broncs split they both play matches in Torrington today.

SC Men’s Soccer Game Canceled

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The Sheridan College Men’s Soccer game that was scheduled for 4 pm today against the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology along with the Sheridan Storm Fundraiser Night and Free Clinic has been canceled due to internal code of conduct violations.

Health Alert Issued for Statewide Gonorrhea Increase

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With gonorrhea infections continuing to climb in the state, the Wyoming Department of Health has sent an alert to healthcare providers in Wyoming, encouraging them to promote prevention, testing and treatment with patients.

Interapt Coding School Start Date Delayed

The start date for the proposed coding school to begin in Buffalo has been set back to January of 2018, according to a release from JOCO First, who is one of the entities working to bring the school here.
The original target date for the school to begin was next month.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 26, 1917

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. 26, 1917.

Broncs Shutout Rock Springs

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The Sheridan Bronc football team opened their season at home Friday night with a dominating performance against Rock Springs. The Broncs led 35-0 at the half and cruised to a 51-0 win over the Tigers.

(All photos Ron Richter ©)