Archive - May 30, 2017 - News

Dry-Weather Roads Signs Get New Look

Signs marking dry-weather roads in Sheridan County will soon have a new look.

Impending 100 Year Flood is Scaring the Heck Out of Us

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A flooding mountain river in Wyoming can be an “insatiable monster.” That is what I called the middle fork of the Popo Agie River here in Lander seven years ago when we experienced a 50-year flood event.

YMCA Youth Art Programs Strive to Provide A Variety of Opportunities for the Community

In an effort to diversify what they offer, the Sheridan County YMCA Youth Art Program has added some new mediums over the past school year. Y Arts Coordinator Tyler Rogers said that they are focused on providing the with community what they want.

When in Doubt Call the Game and Fish

The phrase good intentions don’t necessarily lead to good things is especially true when speaking on the topic of juvenile wildlife.

Sheridan County 4-H Scholarships

This year, Sheridan County 4-H gave out three scholarships to active 4-H seniors within our community. Members who work hard throughout their 4-H Careers and participate in various club, county and state activities are awarded scholarships.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

Traffic Fatality

RITZVILLE, Wash. (AP) — A mother was killed after her son fell asleep at the wheel along U.S. Highway 395 in Adams County.

Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby Another Success, Say Organizers

Teten and Pearson said the weather cooperated for the most part and the weekend overall was pleasant, but attendance was down at least initially they thought, although numbers won't be available until after the club finalizes everything for the derby's 34th year.

Buffalo Council Gets Presentation On D.A.R.E. Trip

Officer Keeler explained what the program is and what it

The officers took 92 fifth-graders from Buffalo and Kaycee, along with 20 chaperons to the fun weekend in Rapid City.

Buffalo Turns Out For Memorial Day Observances

The Parade of Veterans to the Veterans Memorial began at 9 o'clock where the VFW Auxiliary dedicated a wreath, and proceeded to the Clear Creek Bridge on Main Street for the Navy Mother's Ceremony.

The remainder of the ceremonies were performed at Willow Grove Cemetery.

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