Archive - Apr 28, 2018 - News

Tamale Louie Remembered by Family

Zarif Khan remembers his father as a good man and said he was honored to be the son of the man known to many Sheridan residents as Tamale Louie.

Family, Community Gather to Unveil Statue of 'Hot Tamale Louie'

Members of the Khan family unveiled the statue of the man known as Hot Tamale Louie or Hamburger Louie on Grinnell Plaza Saturday afternoon not far from where Louie – whose real name was Zarif Khan – sold hamburgers for nearly 50 years in Sheridan.

Combat Color Fun Run Sets New Attendance Record

The 8th Annual Combat Color Fun Run Fundraiser was held on Saturday on the Sheridan College Campus. The 5k broke their previous year’s attendance record just in presales and there were plenty more than 100 total participants. Philip Willett, U.S.

Maintaining the Forest

Officials with the Bighorn National Forest will be hosting an informative meeting in Sheridan Tuesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

G&F Extends Wildlife Area Closure

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has announced that they are extending the winter range closure of the Amsden Creek Wildlife Habitat Management Area near Dayton.

Sheridan in 'Impressive' Position in Magazine Poll

To be one of the top 20 nominees for an award from readers of USA Today magazine is an impressive feat.

A Look Back in Time: April 28, 1918

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 April 28, 1918.