Sheridan

Today's Sheridan County Fair Opens with Rabbit Show

Justine Moore-Bradley was named champion intermediate showman and Anastasia Beutler reserve champion in the rabbit show that opened the Sheridan County Fair this morning.

Northern Arapaho, Justice Officials Meet After Detox Center Shooting

Northern Arapaho tribal leaders say they've met with Justice Department officials in Washington, D.C., to discuss racism and hate crimes after a deadly shooting in Riverton.

University Offers Free Classes in Sheridan

Saturday U comes back to Sheridan next weekend. That’s the free day of college classes offered by the University of Wyoming.

Chip Seal Project Begins on Fifth Street

A chip sealing project is set to begin on Fifth Street in Sheridan over the weekend.

Blood Drive Yields Good Results

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The three day Sheridan Community Blood Drive that took place this week at the Best Western Sheridan Center yielded good results, as United Blood Services met their goal all three days.

Sheridan High School Construction Update

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Construction continues at Sheridan High School. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott stopped by to bring us the report.

Fair Means More Than Shows

More than livestock shows happen at the Sheridan County Fair.

Swine Show Draws 100-Plus Entries

Emma Balstad was named champion senior swine showman, and Tom Terry reserve champion from a class of 30 4-H and FFA members Thursday night.

Pig Wrestling Draws the Crowds

One of the Sheridan County Fair's popular “extra” events is coming up this weekend. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Mini Horses Start Equine Shows at Fair

Horse events at this year's Sheridan County Fair got an early start with the miniature horse events at 8 Thursday morning.

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