Archive - Aug 4, 2017

Sheridan County Fair: 58 Beef in Market Show

Fifty-eight cattle were entered in this year's market beef show, held Friday night at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Sheridan County Fair: Poultry Show is Good One

Ducks and a lot of chickens added up to a good poultry show this year, according to 4-H Poultry Superintendent Jennifer Forsness.

Sheridan County Fair: Swine Show Results Posted

Gabe Bland was named champion FFA showman, and Sage Koltiska took champion senior swine showman honors in the swine show at the Sheridan County Fair Thursday night.

Sheridan County Fair: Horse Show Results Released

Youth competed Thursday in western pleasure, western horsemanship, western riding, reining, trail, working cow horse, ranch sorting, barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying and stake racing.

Sheriff Thompson on Busy Month of July

For Sheridan County, it doesn’t get much busier than the month of July. That statement remains true for the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office.

Kim Love Retires as Host of Public Pulse

For many, it is a part of their morning routine to tune their radio to 930am KROE on weekday mornings to listen to Bob Grammens and his morning show, Swap Shop, and the 7am local news.

Which of the following names should the City of Sheridan consider for the new park west of town on 5th Street?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Blacktooth
19% (116 votes)
Cloud Peak
35% (209 votes)
Roberts
26% (155 votes)
Absaroka
20% (117 votes)
Total votes: 597

California Man Sentenced for Blackmailing Sheridan Teens to Send Nude Photos

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A California man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for blackmailing two 14-year-old girls from Sheridan into sending him nude pictures on Snapchat.

NEWY to Host Congressional Fact Finding Tour

Congressional Staff from Washington D.C. will spend next week in northeast Wyoming. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Congress Funds Veterans Choice Program

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Earlier this week, the U.S. Senate passed bipartisan legislation to fund the Veterans Choice Program into next year.