Welcome, rodeo fans, summer visitors!
We’re glad you’re here.
From the Bragging-On-The-Staff, file…….
Good, interesting features and articles to read. Useful, local marketing information attractively presented. Compelling photography. Calendars. The whole magilla.
The Sheridan Wyo Rodeo magazine came out last Thursday and it’s hot. We’ve distributed more than 12,000 copies already to 180-plus locations. There has been much replenishment of these racks. And you can’t beat the price – free.
The magazine’s art director, Nicole Scofield, has a rodeo background. Her brother is a former Sheridan College rodeo team member, now on the professional circuit.
Check the Press daily for the calendar of events and our website, too, for updates.
Steve Kuzara stopped in Monday to explain in forthcoming advertising what’s happening with the building that until recently housed the restaurant Warehouse 201. It closed last month after about a year in business.
Kuzara spent four years of his life restoring what was once the Merchants Transfer Storage building, at the corner of Grinnell and Broadway. At one time, trains would stop at the building and unload goods destined for Sheridan stores and eventually, Sheridan homes. Kuzara’s done a terrific job inside as many know – the hardwood floors, the exposed brick, the pitch-perfect accents, all that. It’s a great venue for a party, too, notably the Downtown Sheridan Association’s Best of the West Wine Fest.
Luminous Brewhouse is open and still operates therein.
Kuzara says a handful of restaurant operators, locally and from Billings and Casper, have showed interest in placing a restaurant inside. He’s going to wait 90 days or so, step back and be particular about who’s up next in this location. He wants the customers who come inside to feel like “they’re stepping out of Sheridan, but not too far out.” Adding, “I love this community.”
Steve and his family are longtime Sheridan residents, live downtown and he’s active in many DSA activities.
The 10th annual Big Horn Mountain Festival kicks off Friday, July 11, at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo. Good music always. Tickets and info: bighornmountainfestival.com.
Coming up, it’s ‘Longmire Days’ over in Buffalo (July 18-20), sponsored by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.