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City continues wellness program for second year

SHERIDAN — Healthy employees tend to be happier, more productive and miss less time at work. The city of Sheridan aims to create this type of workspace by offering monetary rewards for staff that participate in an employee wellness program. Human Resources Director Heather Doke last week told the Sheridan City Council at a budget… Continue Reading

Sons of the American Revolution induct new members

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution held an induction ceremony May 29 at Residence Hill Bed and Breakfast in Sheridan. Joseph and Gareth Laughton were inducted as the 94th and 95th members of the Wyoming State SAR. The ceremony was officiated by retired U.S. Air Force Col. David Thompson… Continue Reading

Enzi accepting applications for fall internship

SHERIDAN — U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyoming, is encouraging students and graduates from all backgrounds to apply for a fall internship in his Washington, D.C. office. The deadline for applications is July 9. The internships, which include hands-on, individualized activities, offer experience in the heart of the nation’s government. Interns are able to network, develop… Continue Reading

Story Library to host appreciation concert

STORY — The Story Branch Library is hosting a free Community Appreciation Concert from 2-3:30 p.m. Sunday at Centennial Park in Story. The concert is the library staff and board’s way of saying thank you to all residents of Story and surrounding areas for all their support. The concert will feature Pan Buffalo, a community… Continue Reading

Courage to make a good life

Courage to make a good life

By Lois Bell Sheridan Senior Center SHERIDAN — Yes or no: do our attitudes change as we age?  Can we have a good life to the end? According to Dr. Beth Kelsey, studies show that people report more positive emotions as they age. We become less prone to anxiety, depression and anger even though facing trials… Continue Reading

Wyoming Wilderness Association to host summer hikes

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Wilderness Association will explore Wyoming’s pristine mountain and desert lands with the public in its summer outings program. Participants will learn about wild land policies, wilderness characteristics and development threats as they venture into Wilderness, Recommended Wilderness, Wilderness Study Areas and Roadless Areas to explore the beautiful outdoors. For more information… Continue Reading

Agendas June 6, 2015

City of Sheridan Board of Adjustments 7 p.m. Thursday Third floor council chambers Sheridan City Hall 55 Grinnell St. • Call to order • Roll call • Proof of notice of meeting • Review, correction and approval of minutes of March 12, 2015, meeting • Consideration of PL-15-14, 281 W. 10th St.: a variance request… Continue Reading

Mentock, Garcia engaged to be married

Mentock, Garcia engaged to be married

  SHERIDAN — Katelynn Marie Mentock, from Sheridan, and Roberto Carlos Garcia of Pine Bluffs are engaged to be married June 20, 2015. Mentock is the daughter of Joseph and Sherry Mentock of Sheridan. She graduated from the University of Wyoming with her doctorate in pharmacy in May and will be doing a Post-Graduate Year… Continue Reading

Alternative high school project moves into funding phase

BY CASSIDY BELUS SHERIDAN — Efforts to establish a collaborative alternative high school on the grounds of Sheridan College continue as the steering committee has moved into the funding phase of the project. The committee — comprised of representatives from Sheridan County School Districts 1, 2 and 3, Johnson County School District 1 and the… Continue Reading

My name is Bozeman Scout

SHERIDAN — They call me the Bozeman Scout, and the name fits, I guess, because I stand here observing. I’ve been a resident of Sheridan County for 14 years, but it isn’t the mountains or the rivers I’m here to explore: it’s the people. For here I stand on the corner of Main Street and… Continue Reading

Center Stage: The shivaree and car theft

Mom and Dad were married in October at Deadwood, South Dakota.  A common practice back then was to shivaree the newly marrieds.  A dance was held to honor and shivaree the newly married couple.  The dance was held in the loft of the barn belonging to Bill Foltz.  The Foltz place was about five miles… Continue Reading

Lower Powder River Road reduced to one-lane traffic

UPDATE (5:48 p.m.) Lower Powder River Road, County road #269, is now closed at mile post 9.1 until further notice. Current conditions and erosion have caused the road closure. Time frame of the closure has not been determined. For more information call the Sheridan County Public Works Office at 307-675-2420. ORIGINAL STORY (12:37 p.m.) SHERIDAN… Continue Reading

After nearly three decades, SC educator retires

After nearly three decades, SC educator retires

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College has grown to be a staple in the community. For the past 67 years, the campus has undergone changes from new curriculum to a facilities makeover. This summer it faces another drastic change as a staple of its own community retires. After 28 years, former business teacher Tracy Dearinger is ready… Continue Reading

Failed P&Z motion could bar man from building home

SHERIDAN — A motion failed at Thursday evening’s Sheridan County Planning and Zoning Commission meeting that would have allowed a man to build a residence on a family owned, 25.5-acre parcel. The variance request split the Commission down the middle, as William King came before the board asking to build a home on an agriculturally… Continue Reading

Sheridan man faces 2 counts of sexual abuse of minors

SHERIDAN — Colby Streeter, 33, of Sheridan had an initial hearing in Sheridan County Circuit Court Thursday on two counts of felony second degree sexual abuse of a minor. Streeter is currently out on bond, which was set at $10,000 cash or surety. Streeter has been accused of sexually abusing two pre-teen girls over the… Continue Reading

35-year-old facing sexual assault charge

SHERIDAN — Mike Issac Green, 35, of Sheridan has been charged with one count of felony first degree sexual assault. The charge stems from a May 21 incident in which Green allegedly raped his significant other. According to court documents, a female showed up at her neighbor’s home and asked them to call police on… Continue Reading

Man facing two counts of domestic battery

SHERIDAN — William Odell Mabe, 39, of Sheridan is facing two counts of felony domestic battery following an alleged May 23 incident. Each count carries a penalty of up to five years in prison and a $2,000 fine. According to court documents, Mabe got into a fight with his significant other and pushed her, causing… Continue Reading

Chamber holds ribbon cutting for Carlton Real Estate

Chamber holds ribbon cutting for Carlton Real Estate

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Carlton Real Estate, which recently moved its office to North Main Street to help encourage and promote the revitalization of North Main Street. Pictured, from left, are Larry Carlton, sales associate; Chamber Ambassador Theresa Hamilton; Bill Brooks, sales associate; Margaret Carlton, owner/broker; Lance… Continue Reading

Project Graduation awards new car to SHS graduate

Project Graduation awards new car to SHS graduate

SHERIDAN — The Project Graduation 2015 Committee awarded the grand prize Cadillac Deville, donated by Prime Rate Motors, to recipient LeAnn Burton. Burton’s name was drawn from a collection of student names at Project Graduation’s annual event held on graduation night May 30 for seniors of Sheridan High School. “It’s truly an honor to live… Continue Reading

Wyoming Watercolor Society hosting national exhibition

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Watercolor Society will host the Watercolor Wyoming 30th Annual National Exhibition in Sheridan through June 27 at the Sagebrush Community Art Center. Paintings in this prestigious show are also for sale. An awards ceremony and artists’ reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. June 17. The reception is free and open… Continue Reading

Tidbit Tuesday to be held at Sheridan County Museum

SHERIDAN — Join Tidbit the Mouse and Curator of Education Sarah Ligocki for another Tidbit Tuesday at Sheridan County Museum on Tuesday. The program will look at the history of dinosaurs. Children ages 4-10 are welcome to come and learn about the “terrible lizards” that roamed Wyoming long ago. All Tidbit programs include a story… Continue Reading

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