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Kinner’s experiences to benefit Sheridan

April 24, 2015

One day he’s a top local banker. Suddenly (it seems to many), he’s a candidate for the state House. Then suddenly (it seems) once more, he’s the winner. From the counting house, to the courthouse, to the state house. By a unanimous vote. “I’ve been preparing for this for more than 10 years,” Mark Kinner Read More

WTP team departs; Meyer is busy cooking

April 23, 2015

Good luck to the Sheridan High School “We the People” team. They’re off tomorrow for the national competition at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virgina. A two-time Wyoming champion, the team is coached by Tyson Emborg. No doubt the late Rep. John Patton is in the team’s thoughts. He championed the team always and a Read More

Best FAB yet; Hillary, Browns

April 21, 2015

Must say, the FAB (For. About. By.) Women’s Conference gets better every time. Last Friday, the event was a sell-out at Sheridan College, as was the FAB Woman of the Year banquet. Congratulations!, to Ada Kirven of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation for being named the 2015 Woman of the Year. She was nominated by Read More

‘Moment in time,’ Connor diorama

April 17, 2015

News! Longtime community activist and builder of a greater Sheridan, Mark Kinner, made two announcements Thursday. • He is retiring from First Interstate Bank after 40 years, 30 of those years in Sheridan. He is the market president of FIB. • He also announced he’s a candidate for the House 29 seat vacated by the Read More

Bighorn Design has new owners

April 16, 2015

A Main Street retail staple, Bighorn Design, is changing hands. Joan and Steve Jacobson have sold the business to PJ Treide and Ellen Treide of Sheridan. Joan Jacobson told me Wednesday while I was picking up a couple of shirts how they will stay on a couple of months to ease the transition before enjoying Read More

‘City on the Rise’, FAB, Brinton Show

April 15, 2015

If someone asks: “what’s going on?” in Sheridan, here’s a statistic: $70 million in the last 12 months has been invested locally. Imagine what the community will look like in five years. It is impressive. The Whitney Center for the Performing Arts at Sheridan College The Whitney Rink at the M&M’s Center The Brinton Museum Read More

Citizens honored; film festival wraps

April 14, 2015

Congratulations! Five Sheridan citizens were honored by the Wyoming Business Report’s “40 Under 40” last week — 40 Wyoming citizens, under 40 years of age, who were celebrated for their entrepreneurism, enterprise and leadership. They are: Dr. David Bailey, DDS, founder, Big Horn Pediatric Dental. John Dick, director, Sheridan area, Wyoming Technology Business Center. Josh Read More

FAB Conference, WTP team rehearsal

April 10, 2015

We are a week away from the third annual FAB (For. About. By.) Women’s Conference. It will feature workshops and training, personal development and education. Also, FAB Woman of the Year banquet. The particulars: It’s inside the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center on the campus of Sheridan College. 11:30 a.m., check in and registration. 12:45 Read More

‘People’ team rehearses; Evans at SC graduation

April 9, 2015

Sheridan High School’s We The People team will have a dress rehearsal come Monday, April 13, inside the Fulmer Public Library, Inner Circle Room. The public’s encouraged to attend. I attended the warm-up session last year and it was a stimulating evening of lively Q&A and discussion of public issues. (In my day: civics.) SHS Read More

25 years later, an autograph

April 8, 2015

Tomorrow, golf’s Holy Grail, The Masters, will begin. I’ve been blessed to attend three times with a media credential and would’ve gone more if the travel and lodging logistics weren’t so overwhelmingly expensive and wearisome. It’s the best golf tournament in the world; all the people who’ve gone and most of those who’ll never go, Read More

Patton recalled; Wollenman game

April 7, 2015

Sheridan’s City Council proclaimed today as Vietnam Veteran’s Remembrance Day. It’s most certainly a gesture that’s felt throughout the community. ••••• God bless John Patton. When he passed away Sunday afternoon after a long battle with pulmonary issues, the community’s shoulders seemed to slump a little. He was always an advocate for Sheridan in the Read More

Opening Day! Mariners & Dodgers

April 3, 2015

Tip of the Hat! Dana Townsend is the successful mover-and-shaker behind the recent “Bottoms Up Bash” annually. It’s a fundraiser for colon cancer awareness; she is a proud survivor, four years now. More than 160 people came to the county fairgrounds, danced to “Narrow Gauge” out of Denver, and had a good evening out for Read More

National theater honor for Campbell

April 2, 2015

Congratulations! Bill Campbell, owner of Sheridan’s Centennial Theater, will be honored by the National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) with the NATO Marquee Award during this year’s CinemaCon in Las Vegas later this month. Campbell is being “singled out for his unequalled dedication, commitment and service to the motion picture industry.” He will be a Read More

Box sighting, signing; ‘ghost cars,’ baseball

April 1, 2015

No foolin’. Author C.J. Box in town today to sign his latest, “Endangered.” Robbie Smith hosts the best-selling author at Sheridan Stationery, Books and Gallery beginning at 6 p.m., 206. N. Main. Box has authored more than 20 books and in 2008, won the Edgar Award for the best mystery novel, “Blue Heaven.” He and Read More

Legerski sausage wins once again

March 18, 2015

Jimmy wins again! Jimmy Legerski of Legerski Sausage Co. of Sheridan, has for the second straight year won top recognition at the Wyoming-Colorado Meat Processing Association. The event was held earlier this week. The awards were: Reserve Grand Champion, Polish Sausage. Reserve Grand Champion, Yakwurst. If you haven’t sampled some of Jimmy’s considerable talents, it’s Read More

Column: Things to do for March

February 27, 2015

Inside: Deep clean carpets and rugs. Rent or buy a carpet cleaner. If you have wool rugs or carpet, or any that are valuable or delicate, hire a professional for cleaning. Take advantage of warm days to open the windows and air out the house. Clean ceiling fans. Stand on a sturdy ladder and wipe Read More

VOA hosts movie; try the cheesecake

February 19, 2015

Our local Volunteers of America ministry is offering a free showing of the film, “I’ll be Me,” the story of Glen Campbell’s fight with Alzheimer’s Disease. The film is Thursday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m., inside Sheridan’s WYO Theater. •••••• I see by the paper and other email transoms… • A Colorado pal writes about Read More

Original theater coming to WYO

February 18, 2015

The Wyoming Theater Festival will make its debut July 13-25 with four stage productions at the WYO Theater. DannyLee Hodnett, the theater instructor at Sheridan College, has been the guiding hand and heavy-lifter behind this endeavor which has had a gestation period of several years. Come summer, the curtain lifts. Hodnett draws inspiration not only Read More

Gollings’ Press flag; ‘Selma;’ YMCA update

February 17, 2015

The Sheridan YMCA newsletter is always a bright spot in the mail. Particularly when they provide an update to the “Give Your Heart to a Child” campaign. Sheridan-area residents have donated to the program that nurtures youth and encourages a healthy self. Pertinent stuff: • 669 donors and $185,100 pledged. • 100 percent of the Read More

Idle thinking while on I-25

February 13, 2015

Mental notes from some recent mileposts along I-25….. • Last month, The Sheridan Press received a number of awards from the Wyoming Press Association. There was a big banquet. People dressed up. There was an auction and I scored a super cool 1908 vintage Underwood typewriter that had been in the Buffalo Bulletin office. Knowing Read More

Film fest begins; local market wins

February 10, 2015

The spring edition of the Sheridan Film Festival begins tomorrow afternoon. Centennial Theater owner Bill Campbell has a lineup of terrific Oscar-nominated films for the next 10 Wednesday afternoons and evenings. Curtain: 4:30 and 7:15 p.m. On the menu: “Selma,” “Birdman,” “Foxcatcher,” “Big Eyes,” “Whiplash,” “The Theory of Everything,” “Still Alice” and others. This week’s Read More

Play ball! Opening Day coming; films

February 6, 2015

Opening day of Major League Baseball is coming soon — April 5. Spring training opens in less than two weeks. Now and then, a baseball movie helps salve a long winter. In any run-up to spring training, the networks should reach into their baseball film library, show a few here and there and whet the Read More

Infragard conference coming to Sheridan

February 5, 2015

Politics, defined: It’s the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it wrongly and applying unsuitable remedies. •••••• Infragard, a nonprofit organization that serves as a public-private partnership with the FBI and business, is coming to Sheridan. There are more than 80 chapters nationally. It was founded in the mid-1990s in Cleveland. It’ll Read More

Local hockey scores with magazine piece

February 4, 2015

Must say, the six-page spread about the Sheridan Hawks hockey program in the current edition (February 2015) of USA Hockey Magazine is flat-out remarkable. Good reading, terrific photos, compelling layout. I called the magazine’s editor, Harry Thompson, and he agreed that doing a feature story about a non-traditional hockey “hotbed” — Wyoming, and in particular, Read More

DeSmet ice ‘crawls’; pay it forward hospitality

February 3, 2015

BumperSnicker spotted on I-25: “Re-Elect Gore.” •••••• The warm, unseasonable weather has made some ice fishermen nervous. One regular fisherman at Lake DeSmet noted Monday morning how the lake was “rumbling, rumbling,” adding, “the ice seemed like it wanted to crawl up on the bank.” The fishing’s lousy, too, he said during this warm spell. Read More







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