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Annual Science Saturday kickoff set for Saturday

  SHERIDAN — The annual Science Saturday kickoff event will be held Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. The free event will feature a trip to the Sheridan College Dinosaur Quarry and be led by instructors Mike Flynn and Matt DeDeo. Transportation for the trip is not provided, but carpools will be organized that morning. Those… Continue Reading

USFS accepting comment on proposed motorized trail

SHERIDAN — The U.S. Forest Service is requesting comments on a proposal to designate a motorized trail in the Tongue Ranger District of the Bighorn National Forest. The proposed trail would be located south of U.S. Highway 14A and across U.S. Highway 14 in the Burgess Junction area. The trail would be open to non-motorized… Continue Reading

PRBRC to host 10th annual Harvest Celebration

PRBRC to host 10th annual Harvest Celebration

SHERIDAN — The Powder River Basin Resource Council will host its 10th annual Harvest Celebration on Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds. The event will include a home-grown supper consisting of barbecued hog and fresh produce to be served at 6 p.m. and music and dancing by Too Wet to Plow beginning at 7:30 p.m.… Continue Reading

Library to offer computer classes through October

  SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library will offer free computer classes each Thursday at 10 a.m. through Oct. 22. Participants can bring their own laptops or use one of the library’s. Space is limited, so organizers ask those planning to attend to RSVP by calling 674-8585. The classes will cover the following… Continue Reading

Little Bighorn Battlefield moves to fall hours

SHERIDAN — Today, the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument will switch to its fall hours. The monument and the visitor enter will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The tour road to the Reno-Benteen site and monument trails will close at 5:30 p.m. The orientation movie is shown regularly in the visitor center… Continue Reading

Wyoming Business Council to meet in Sheridan this week

  SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Business Council board of directors will gather in Sheridan for its quarterly meeting Wednesday and Thursday. “The board will get a better sense of how the community is approaching economic development,” said Shawn Reese, CEO of the WBC. “They are tying culture, the arts and their main street into other,… Continue Reading

SFR to host 9/11 remembrance ceremony

  SHERIDAN — Sheridan Fire-Rescue will host a remembrance ceremony for those that were lost in the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center, the Pentago and the crash site in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The ceremony will begin at 7:58 a.m. All local law enforcement, firefighters, emergency medical technicians and other public servants and their families… Continue Reading

CHAPs to host event for veterans, recruiting volunteers

SHERIDAN — Children, Horses and Adults in Partnership Equine Assisted Therapy will host an event for veterans and their families Sept. 12. On Saturday, the nonprofit’s Horses N’ Heroes program will begin at 9 a.m. The event is open to any veteran, their spouses and their children ages 7 and older. The purpose of the… Continue Reading

Blood drive set for Wednesday

  SHERIDAN — United Blood Services our of Billings will host a blood drive in Sheridan Wednesday. The 9/11 Honoring Our Fallen Heroes Blood Drive will take place from 1-5:45 p.m. Wednesday at the Sheridan Fire-Rescue station. Donors are encouraged to make an appointment by calling UBS at 1-800-365-4450 or by going online to… Continue Reading

Firing up the forge

Firing up the forge

SHERIDAN — Cowboys must be tough. They must be able to work long days in any conditions. They must be able to work with cattle and livestock. But Sheridan resident Troy Ehrmantraut believes there is one other requirement for anyone who wants to call themselves a cowboy. “Any cowboy worth his salt should be able… Continue Reading

WGFD completes frog surveys

WGFD completes frog surveys

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently completed a frog survey in the Bighorn Mountains to determine the distribution of the amphibians through the range and to sample for a damaging fungus. In 20 survey locations, teams encountered three types of frogs: the northern leopard frog, the wood frog and the Columbia spotted… Continue Reading

County OKs additional homes at Powder Horn

SHERIDAN — Since the Powder Horn Ranch was first set to be platted in the mid-1990s there have been approximately 258 houses built in the area. The figure regarding the number of homes includes any homes with mailing addresses, though some may still be under construction. County commissioners Tuesday approved subdivisions creating 15 new lots,… Continue Reading

Agendas — September 5, 2015

Dayton Town Council 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Dayton Town Hall • Call to order and Pledge of Allegiance • Approval of agenda A. Additions B. Deletions • Approve minutes of the Aug. 19 secondary council meeting • Reports — utility clerk/building permits, fire department, law enforcement, engineering, employees, planning committee, Tongue River Powers Joint Powers Board,… Continue Reading

Hope and healing after the pain

Hope and healing after the pain

SHERIDAN — In time, she found her strength through her voice and through action. It was not a journey she had expected she would have taken in life. Twenty-two years later, Sarah Mentock speaks out about her sister’s suicide. Mentock was a graduate student at the University of Wyoming and in the week of final… Continue Reading

Sheridan Elks Youth Rodeo results

Sheridan Elks Youth Rodeo results

SHERIDAN — The 23rd annual Elks Youth Rodeo was held in Sheridan Aug. 29-30. The rodeo’s 26 events attracted contestants from Canada, Oklahoma, Texas, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, North Dakota, Colorado, South Dakota, Nebraska, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming. Three arenas, running at the same time, were used to accommodate the 994 entrees each day. Cash and… Continue Reading

Sheridan College to offer business training for veterans

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College will offer business training to veterans with the upcoming Ice House Entrepreneurship Program set for Sept. 12 through Oct. 31. The Ice House Entrepreneurship Program offers eight life-lessons taught by real-world entrepreneurs. The program is designed to inspire and engage participants in the fundamental concepts of an entrepreneurial mindset and the… Continue Reading

Wholeness Retreat to be held at HF Ranch

SHERIDAN —  The 12th annual Wholeness Retreat at the HF Bar Ranch will be held Sept. 11-13. Dr. Mark McGinley, a pulmonologist, yoga teacher and Ayurveda instructor will present the science and practices behind meditation and teach breathing practices for stress reduction. McGinley is board certified in internal medicine, integrative medicine, pulmonary medicine and critical… Continue Reading

Out of the Darkness Walk to be held Sept. 12

SHERIDAN — The annual Out of the Darkness Community Walk will be held Sept. 12 at Whitney Commons Park. Registration will begin at 9 a.m., an opening ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. and the walk will commence at 10:30 a.m. Music and food vendors will be on site following the walk. The event… Continue Reading

County P&Z approves bazaar permit

SHERIDAN — When Roger and Diane Tormanen hosted a bazaar in a structure on their residential property last year, Sheridan County officials warned them they needed a permit to continue. Diane Tormanen didn’t understand what the problem was, but she still applied for a conditional use permit so she wouldn’t have problems in the future.… Continue Reading

Press seeking nominations to honor young professionals

Press seeking nominations to honor young  professionals

SHERIDAN — Do know a rockstar in the Sheridan area that could use a little recognition? The Sheridan Press is once again accepting nominations for its “20 Under Forty” special feature to be published in early October. The median age in Sheridan County is nearly 42 years old. Members of the mature generations are often… Continue Reading

Man gets 2.5-4 years prison for using meth around baby

SHERIDAN — A Sheridan man who used methamphetamines around his 1-year-old son was sentenced to 2.5 to four years prison in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday. Jamie Buskirk, 38, previously pleaded guilty to child endangerment for possessing and using drugs in the presence of his young son in April 2015. Hair samples taken from the… Continue Reading

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