Sheridan

Taste of Sheridan Features Ten Vendors

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It was a food tasting festival extravaganza Sunday afternoon as hundreds showed up for the 6th annual Taste of Sheridan. Held on the infield of Thorne-Rider Park, ten local restaurants sold 'tastes' of their in-house specialties.

Sheridan County Rodeo...A Family Event

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The 34th Annual Sheridan County Rodeo took place over the weekend with over 300 contestants. Sheridan County Rodeo Board Member Wendy Neeson says this rodeo is all about reconnecting.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 11, 1914

A telegram has been received here announcing the death of Carl Smyth.

A Little Extra Money for Senior Center Services

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The Sheridan Senior Center held a community garage sale Saturday and Volunteer Director Nancy McKenzie says proceeds go to benefit the many Senior Center Services.

This Week's Poll Question

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In just a couple of weeks, residents of Wyoming will not have to cross state lines to play the lottery.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 10, 1914

Col. William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody is staying at the residence of Sherman Canfield.

Wooden Schools Served First Pupils

Sheridan's first school was a wood-frame building on East Loucks Street, the site of today's post office.

Officials Dedicate Coffeen School Cornerstone

Sheridan county and city officials, administrators and trustees of Sheridan County School District 2 and local residents gathered on Saturday afternoon for the cornerstone dedication of the city's newest elementary school.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 9, 1914

You can get fishing tackle at the lowest prices from P.C. Duncan, Sheridan's jeweler and optician.

Update: 3 Motorcycle Crashes Reported Thursday

The Wyoming Highway Patrol investigated three motorcycle crashes in the Burgess Junction area on Thursday, all within less than two hours.

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