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SC students build shelter at trailhead of Sheridan pathways

SC students build shelter  at trailhead of Sheridan pathways

SHERIDAN — In a collaborative effort between Sheridan College’s construction technology program and the college’s Outdoor Adventure Club, students recently built a shelter structure to serve as a trailhead on the Sheridan pathways, across from the front lawn of the college campus. The 8-by-12-foot structure features maps of the pathways and Sheridan College’s disc golf… Continue Reading

SHS music students take musical tour across Europe

SHS music students take  musical tour across Europe

BY KAYLIN MCKINLEY The Sheridan press SHERIDAN — Ten of Sheridan High School’s music students stamped their passports this June for a 15-day musical tour across Europe. Students participating were Carson Holwell, Morgan Parker, Sarah Campbell, Katie Campbell, Paige Wolski, Heather Belus, Sarah Alley, Delainy Szmyd, Garrett Szmyd and Hannah Wiley. These students were nominated… Continue Reading

Living as a traveling teacher

Living as a traveling teacher

By Jessie Hetzler Sheridan Senior Center SHERIDAN — Harold Johnson has lived anything but a dull life. Following high school, Johnson pursued a nursing degree but his college education was a series of stops and re-starts. Some years after having a series of starts and stops with college, friends of Johnson’s parents returned from Japan… Continue Reading

SC students place in top 10 at SkillsUSA national championship

SHERIDAN — Two Sheridan College students placed in the top 10 at the recent SkillsUSA national championships in Louisville, Kentucky. The SkillsUSA Championships took place June 24-25, as part of the SkillsUSA 51st annual National Leadership and Skills Conference, a showcase of career and technical education students. Erik Bale of Casper took fourth place in… Continue Reading

Ask a scientist at Sheridan Research and Extension Center July 14

SHERIDAN — Northern Wyoming residents can have ask-a-scientist sessions when researchers present their work at the Sheridan Research and Extension Center field day July 14. The center is part of the Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station housed within the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming. Registration begins at 1:30 p.m., introductions… Continue Reading

Defense attorney: Settlement not an admission of guilt

By Travis Pearson SHERIDAN — Sheridan County may have settled a lawsuit Monday with a woman who in 2010 was injured while incarcerated at the Sheridan County Detention Center, but the $20,000 plus costs and attorney fees should not be seen as an admission of guilt, according to the defense attorney. In fact, Richard… Continue Reading

Agendas July 4, 2015

Dayton Town Council 7:30 p.m. Monday Dayton Town Hall • Call to order • Recite Pledge of Allegiance • Approval of agenda A. Additions B. Deletions • Approve minutes of the June 17 secondary Council meeting • Reports — Utility clerk/building permits, fire/rescue department, law enforcement, employees, engineering, planning committee, joint powers board and Council… Continue Reading

WGFD to host free photography workshop

SHERIDAN — Have you ever wondered how some people take those great photos of wildlife and scenery? If so, join Jessica Grant of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department for a free photography workshop. The workshop will be Wednesday from 2-4 p.m. at the Sheridan Regional Game and Fish Office at 700 Valley View Drive.… Continue Reading

County considers changes to notification procedures

SHERIDAN — The county may be changing how people are notified when their neighbors’ land is rezoned for a use other than it was originally intended. These changes would come as a result of talks at the Thursday Planning and Zoning Commission meetings, where commissioners agreed the notification process was too bogged down with unnecessary… Continue Reading

Supreme Court censures local attorney

CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Supreme Court today issued a public censure to Sheridan lawyer Nicholas T. Haderlie. Haderlie had a single-vehicle accident while driving under the influence of alcohol, resulting in substantial damage to a fence. He left the scene of the accident and returned to his house. When law enforcement personnel arrived at his… Continue Reading

A seller’s market

A seller’s market

SHERIDAN —  If you are looking to sell your house, there is no time like the present. Currently, Sheridan’s real estate market is at its strongest since before the housing market crash of 2008. Real estate prices have increased with the number of buyers over the past year and trends are continuing to look positive… Continue Reading

Wyoming Theater Festival — Meet the troupe part 3

SHERIDAN — The brainchild of DannyLee Hodnett, the Wyoming Theater Festival ignites this summer for its first venture. Collaborating with the Sheridan College theater department, WTF will bring four new plays to Sheridan featuring a number of local and out-of-state artists. While artists arrived in Sheridan Sunday for two weeks of rehearsal and set building,… Continue Reading

Woman accepts deferral in forgery case

SHERIDAN — A Sheridan woman pleaded guilty to one count of felony forgery for changing customers’ bills in 2014 at the Wyoming Rib and Chop House. She received a deferred prosecution in favor of probation. Kayla McDougall, 25, accepted the plea deal Thursday in 4th Judicial District Court. In exchange for her guilty plea on… Continue Reading

Chamber invites rodeo attendees to ride the trolly

SHERIDAN — Black Tooth Brewing Company, Pony Grill and Bar, the Suds n’ Spurs Brewfest and the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce are inviting rodeo attendees to avoid the parking frenzy and take a free ride on the trolley shuttle. For more information or assistance, contact the Sheridan Trolley office at 672-2485 or 751-3641. Trolley… Continue Reading

Senior Center Lecture Series to focus on navigating Medicare

SHERIDAN — The Senior Center Lecture Series will return with “Navigating Medicare” on Tuesday. As part of the Sheridan Senior Center’s “When I’m 64 or More” life planning series offered the first Tuesday of each month, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the Sheridan Senior Center dining room, Laurie Ross from Prudential Insurance will present. The event… Continue Reading

Dickinson earns Girl Scout Silver Award

SHERIDAN — Isabella Dickinson of Sheridan recently earned her Girl Scout Silver Award. This is the highest award that she can earn at the Junior High age level and the second highest that she can earn as a scout. The Gold Award is the highest and is equivalent to the Boy Scout Eagle Award. Dickinson… Continue Reading

Miss Indian America Reunion returns to Sheridan July 9, 10

SHERIDAN —The third annual Miss Indian America Reunion will come to Sheridan July 9-10 in conjunction with the Sheridan WYO Rodeo. Ten former Miss Indian Americas will travel to Sheridan to participate in several scheduled events. As part of the celebration, the Sheridan County Public Library System, The Wyoming Room and Sagebrush Community Art Center… Continue Reading

New Vaudevillians return to WYO Theater July 15

SHERIDAN — The New Vaudevillians will be back on the WYO Theater main stage and they are seeking musicians, magicians, comedians, jugglers and more. Ron Kensey is back as emcee, along with Kathy McNickle and the New Vaudevillians Band. The group is seeking performers for one or more of the New Vaudevillians’ summer shows. Shows… Continue Reading

Meet the WTF troupe — part 2

SHERIDAN — The brainchild of DannyLee Hodnett, the Wyoming Theater Festival ignites this summer for its first venture. Collaborating with the Sheridan College theater department, WTF will bring four new plays to Sheridan featuring a number of local and out-of-state artists. While artists arrived in Sheridan Sunday for two weeks of rehearsal and set building,… Continue Reading

Agro bags improving landfill composting program

SHERIDAN — As far as recycling goes, Sheridan’s new curbside program has grabbed all the headlines in 2015, and for good reason. But, quietly and a lot less glamorously, another plan will keep waste out of the landfill and perhaps make the city money along the way. Agro bags allow the landfill to take undesirable… Continue Reading

License plates hold sentimental value

SHERIDAN — The front wall of the Sheridan County Treasurer’s Office is lined with license plates. They’re new and old, worn and shiny. Wyoming license plates show the state’s history dating back to 1913 when Wyoming’s license plates had the state seal attached, made of German silver. Today the plates are different, and so are… Continue Reading

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