Sheridan’s Rotary Club received a traveling plaque Thursday as the winner of the Salvation Army’s Team Bell Ringing Challenge. Team Rotary raised over $3,600 ringing the bell for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign. Gary
Results of the beef show at this year’s Sheridan County Fair have been released. Overall champion market beef award went to Braden West, and Lily Hancock was overall reserve champion. Braden West also showed the
The market livestock sale that ended this year’s Sheridan County Fair generated just under half a million dollars for the county’s 4-H and FFA youth. Emily Swinyer, who’s the 4-H educator here, said prices stayed
A little over 200 animals were sold at the market livestock auction that ended this year’s Sheridan County Fair Monday night. That’s according to Nick Siddle, who’s a member of the livestock sale committee and
Thanks to COVID-19, the annual buyers dinner at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds looked a little different this year. First of all, said Cattle Women member Riki Davidson, all of the servers were wearing face masks
A few more birds were entered in this year’s poultry show at the Sheridan County Fair than last year, but Poultry Show Superintendent Jennifer Forsness said a few birds were dropped from the event because
To maintain social distancing, the rabbit show at the Sheridan County Fair was moved to the lawn of the Stone Pavilion this year. Rabbit Superintendent Vicki Benedict said there were about 40 animals in this
The COVID-19 pandemic has produced mixed results for 4-H and FFA youth working with beef this year. On the negative side, Market Beef Superintendent Kandra Ankney said beef prices are currently on a roller coaster.
Breeding and market goat numbers at this year’s Sheridan County Fair were about the same as last year, according to Goat Superintendent Crystal Mediate. Mediate said she didn’t think the COVID-19 pandemic affected this year’s
With 130 animals entered, this year’s swine show was the biggest event that Chris Sorenson has been part of since he’s been with the Sheridan County Fair. Sorenson, who’s the swine superintendent, said 4-H and
Six youth showed seven cats in a bid for ribbons and “fun category” honors in this year’s cat show at the Sheridan County Fair Wednesday. Cat Superintendent Bailey Forsness said eight cats were originally scheduled
Although the usual array of static exhibits – projects like sewing, raising vegetables, photography and such – are a part of judging in this year’s Sheridan County Fair, those projects won’t be on exhibit at
The numbers of both youth and dogs at this year’s Sheridan County Fair were down slightly from previous years. Dog Superintendent Susie Terry explained. The show started at 9 a.m. Monday in the Exhibit Hall.