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SHS jazz band to play for a dance on May 13

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School jazz band will perform for a dance on May 13. The dance will be held at 6:30 p.m. May 13 at the Shrine Auditorium and all varieties of jazz will be played to get people dancing. The event is free and open to the public. The Shrine Auditorium is… Continue Reading

Step-by-step painting class to be held May 14

SHERIDAN — The Sagebrush Community Art Center will host an oil painting class with step-by-step instruction by artist Arin Waddell from 6-8 p.m. May 14. POP! (Pencils and Oil Paint) is an evening full of socializing, music and step-by-step painting instruction on a specific subject matter. The class on May 14 will feature a unique… Continue Reading

Ranchester woman dies in one-vehicle accident Saturday

SHERIDAN — A vehicle crash Saturday night on Interstate 90 resulted in the death of a Ranchester woman. Ashley R. Peterson, 33, sustained fatal injuries after rolling her 2001 Daewoo Nubira south of Sheridan at 8:52 p.m., according to Capt. Carl Clements of the Wyoming Highway Patrol. Peterson drifted off the right side of the… Continue Reading

City resets hiring process for financial director

SHERIDAN — The city of Sheridan restarted its search for a financial and administrative services director after a candidate withdrew from consideration. “We actually re-advertised the position because the person we were going to move forward with for a background check pulled their application, and it had been so long we wanted to find out… Continue Reading

Wendtland will be 4th candidate for SCSD2 board

SHERIDAN — A fourth candidate applying to fill one of the two vacancies left on the Sheridan County School District 2 board of trustees was unintentionally omitted from the selection process. Anthony Wendtland’s letter of interest got lost in the shuffle, but Monday morning was added to the pool of those to be considered. The… Continue Reading

Grant will strengthen Farm to School programs

Grant will strengthen Farm to School programs

SHERIDAN — There are a lot of misconceptions regarding the National School Lunch Program, one of which is that schools cannot choose to utilize local foods and producers while receiving federal assistance. A new grant received by the Wyoming Department of Education will be used to try to change that mentality by offering training on… Continue Reading

National Day of Prayer events to be held Thursday

SHERIDAN — Two events will be held on Thursday to commemorate the National Day of Prayer. There will be a prayer gathering at noon on Thursday on the western steps of the courthouse. A second prayer time will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at First Baptist Church. The prayer times are free and open… Continue Reading

Chamber welcomes Warner Services

Chamber welcomes Warner Services

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome Warner Services, an HVAC service provider, to Sheridan. Pictured, from left, are Chamber ambassadors Scott Barten and Bob DeFries, owners Brandon and Cas Warner with children Alexa and Sydney, ambassadors Nancy Herdt, Kay Roush, Blake Spiegelberg, Lindsay Fischer and Neel Dhodapkar. Continue Reading

Nature Conservancy adds director of external affairs

SHERIDAN — The Nature Conservancy in Wyoming announces that Richard Garrett has joined its team as the director of external affairs. By working with elected and other government officials, academia, industry and other organizations, Garrett will be instrumental in advancing the goals of the Conservancy, according to a press release. Garrett has spent the last… Continue Reading

SHS choir to host ‘pops’ concert on May 12

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School choir will hold a “pops” concert at 7 p.m. May 12. The concert will feature popular or light, classical tunes. It will be held in the auditorium at Sheridan High School. The concert is free and open to the public. Sheridan High School is located at 1056 Long Drive. Continue Reading

BLM archaeologist to speak at Archaeological Society

SHERIDAN — Buffalo Bureau of Land Management archaeologist George “Buck” Damone will give a program on archaeological context and the importance of properly recording artifact location when they are found at the next meeting of the Sheridan-Johnson County chapter of the Wyoming Archaeological Society on Thursday. Damone will present examples that outline the types of… Continue Reading

Audubon keeping busy in Sheridan County

SHERIDAN — If you’re out driving in Sheridan County on May 9 and find yourself tailing a driver that has seemingly lost his or her mind — pulling over, starting and stopping unexpectedly, even jumping out of the car and scanning the horizon through binoculars — try to keep calm. While you may see a… Continue Reading

Agendas May 2, 2015

Dayton Town Council 7:30 p.m. Monday Dayton Town Hall 608 Broadway St., Dayton • Recite Pledge of Allegiance • Call to order • Approval of agenda 1. Additions 2. Deletions • Approve minutes of the April 15, 2015, regular council meeting • Approve minute of the April 28, 2015, work-study meeting • Reports — utility… Continue Reading

Three turn in letters of interest for SCSD2 board: 2 members resign: Perkins wishes board the best; O’Dell fighting cancer

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County School District 2 board of trustees will have two new members soon as trustees Jim Perkins and Erica O’Dell have both resigned. Perkins submitted a letter of resignation on April 20 citing personal reasons and wishing the district his best. O’Dell, who resigned effective April 8, gave a much more… Continue Reading

New fund asks those of modest income to give what they can

SHERIDAN — Between the building projects and the work of nonprofits, the culture of philanthropy has lifted Sheridan’s quality of life. While Sheridan is fortunate to be blessed with many people with high net worth willing to give part of their earnings to better the community, those who are more fortunate are not the only… Continue Reading

Project asks locals to tell their stories

Project asks locals to tell their stories

SHERIDAN — Over a cup of coffee, gray head nodding and finger wagging, the stories go something like this: “When I was a young whippersnapper, I … walked to school uphill both ways … knew the meaning of work … spent a dime for a movie … knew how to treat a lady.” “When I… Continue Reading

Bike maintenance class to be held at the library on May 9

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library will host an educational class on bike maintenance in the Inner Circle from 4-5 p.m. May 9. Jordan LeDuc and David Carter, owners of Sheridan Bicycle Company, will give a presentation on how to correctly fix, adjust, tinker with and maintain various parts of your bike. The… Continue Reading

School Facilities Department wins national award for innovation

SHERIDAN — The state’s School Facilities Department has won the AssetWorld Achievement Award for innovative use of facilities management technologies. Bestowed by AssetWorks, developer of the SFD’s AiM Facilities Management Software, the award recognizes “the highest degree of efficiency, productivity and service delivery” in utilizing the AiM system. Those responsible for overseeing AiM at SFD… Continue Reading

Sheridan College announces Service Learning awards

Sheridan College announces Service Learning awards

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College’s Service Learning committee recognized the contributions of students, faculty and community partners at its third annual Service-Learning Celebration earlier this month in Big Horn. Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns was named the SC Outstanding Community Partner in Service Learning for its efforts to build affordable housing with construction technology… Continue Reading

Meagan Husted named as this week’s Summit Award winner

This week’s Summit Award winner, Meagan Husted, lives according to the inspiration she has gained from others, and in doing so she inspires those around her.  The Sheridan High School senior currently maintains a 3.85 GPA, and her academic transcript includes Advanced Placement calculus, psychology, poetry, physics, expository writing and the peer assist program. Husted… Continue Reading

Center Stage: Pouring concrete

By Bob Huff One of the concrete men around Upton, Wyoming, was Tom McCarter by trade.  McCarter hired me when I turned 13 years old.  Wheeling concrete was sometimes a struggle at that age.  The authorities would not allow that employment to happen today. McCarter paid me 50 cents an hour.  I had a lot… Continue Reading

Senior Center Happenings May 2, 2015

• Mother’s Day Tea at the Senior Center, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Invite that important lady in your life. Carolyn Wertman will share the history and special memories of her doll collections. Hats, gloves and boas are optional. There is no charge for the evening, but please call 672-2240 to let us know that you are… Continue Reading

Talented local artisan is adopted son of Crow

Talented local artisan is adopted son of Crow

By Jessie Hetzler Sheridan Senior Center SHERIDAN — He is talented, which is an understatement. His story has been published in Wyoming Wildlife and Destination Sheridan. It’s most likely because he has an interesting story. Kim Fuka is an extraordinary artist who works with beads, feathers and porcupine quills. What’s most special about Fuka is… Continue Reading

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