In a couple of weeks, close to 300 cyclists will converge on Sheridan and the surrounding area for Bike MS: Wyoming’s Bighorn Country Classic. The ride is a fundraiser for the Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

The Sheridan Eagles #186 at 5th and Main, will be hosting a candidate meet and greet Wednesday at 6. Eagles member Mona Hansen says it will offer people a good chance to get to know the candidates prior to the Primary Election on the 16th.

The Sheridan City Council will work with a light agenda Monday night as there are no items under new or old business. A revised New Growth Alliance Memorandum of Understanding is an item that will be approved on the consent agenda.

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees will meet at 4 p.m. Wednesday in conference rooms A and B in the hospital basement.

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 July 30, 1916.

There is a new addition to county fair this year, which brings the love of local produce and products to the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Liz Shaffer, Sheridan County 4-H educator, has been working with producers within the community to put on the first farmer's market as part of the county fair.

A semi-truck rolled Friday afternoon at Sand Turn in between Burgess Junction and Dayton. The truck was loaded with bagged bentonite and the wreckage is partially blocking the lanes. WYDOT reports that there were no injuries.

This is the second semi-truck that has rolled at Sand Turn this week.

Sheridan’s Crazy Days Celebration is set for next Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Beth Holsinger, Executive Director of the Downtown Sheridan Association, explained what happens during this sale.

Detected on July 19, the Arden Fire has burned 544 acres of heavy timber on slopes up to 25%. This lightning caused inferno has been 80% contained and should be completely out soon.

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The Sheridan Troopers beat Gillette 10-9 in ten innings that victory put them in the state Double "AA" American Legion state title game with Cheyenne.

Post six took the title beating the Troopers 14-4 it was the 14th state title for Post 6 in the last 126 seasons.

Cheyenne will host the American Legion Northwest Region tournament next week play gets underway Wednesday.

Since Post 6 is the tournament host the Troopers will represent the state of Wyoming in the tournament.

They will play the Montana state champs Wednesday night at 5:00 we will broadcast the game live on 14-10 KWYO.