Archive - Sep 2017

September 30th

Holy Name Adds Chili Cook-Off to Annual Event

Hundreds of people headed to Whitney Commons Saturday for Holy Name School's 82nd annual Carnival.

WYO Rodeo Whisky Wins Award

WYO Rodeo Whisky has received the Silver Medal in the 2017 Whiskies of the World Awards announced during the recent Whiskies of the World Expo.

Friday Night Results

FOOTBALL

Sheridan 52 Cheyenne South 7

Natrona 56 Thunder Basin 8

Cheyenne East 16 Laramie 14

Kelly Walsh 39 Cheyenne Central 27

Rock Springs 62 Campbell County 12

Big Horn 45 Wright 13

Torrington 34 Buffalo 6

Today Tongue River at Sheridan JV's 10:00 AM

Wyoming vs Texas state live at 2:00 on KWYO and 106.9 FM

Border War Volleyball Jamboree at SHS all day.

September 29th

Council to Receive Overview on Rightsizing Project

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The Sheridan City Council will meet for their first regularly scheduled meeting of October Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan County Receives Hazardous Materials Training Equipment

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As part of a U.S. Department of Transportation Grant administered by the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security, Sheridan County has received specialized hazardous materials training equipment.

Bighorn National Forest Plans Fall Prescribed Burns

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Prescribed burns will be taking place this fall in the Bighorn National Forest and will include over 800 acres in the Medicine Wheel Ranger District, approximately 500 acres in the Powder River Ranger District and 500 acres in the Tongue Ranger District.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 30, 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 Sept. 30, 1917.

Rams Route the Panthers

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Homecoming was good for the Big Horn Rams football team Friday night as they rolled to an easy 45-13 win over Wright. Here are a few photos from the action.

(All photos Ron Richter ©)

Teaching Computer Coding is About the Future

Teaching computer coding is about the future of Wyoming's economy.

Sheridan College Students Apparent Targets of Racism

Two students attending Sheridan College from the Wind River Reservation were the apparent targets of racism Wednesday night when someone painted a racial slur on the door of their dorm room while the students were away.