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Movies in the park

July 4, 2014

DAYTON — While watching a movie is almost always a great time, the routine is the same. You buy your ticket, buy your popcorn and take a seat in a darkened theater with dozens of people you likely don’t know. However, the Movies in the Park series offered by the Tongue River Valley Community Center Read More

Farmers market to start Thursday

SHERIDAN — The annual Sheridan Farmers Market will commence Thursday at Grinnell Plaza. From 5-7 p.m. weekly on Thursdays vendors will sell produce, arts and crafts and more as live music, children’s activities, demonstrations and nonprofit booths are hosted. Attendance is free for customers and vendor booths are available to rent. On weeks when Third Read More

Float down Little Goose to be held July 12

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Community Land Trust will host a Water Trail Float Tri on July 12. From 9 a.m. to approximately noon a float down Little Goose Creek and Tongue River will be offered. The group will arrange the logistics but attendees are asked to bring their own kayak, canoe or raft. Attendees should Read More

Prairie Dog Church to host ‘Cowboy Church’ July 13

SHERIDAN — Prairie Dog Community Church will host “Cowboy Church” as Krystal Koltiska Raley demonstrates “Freedom Thru Obedience” using a horse and a round pen. The church in the round will be held July 13 at 9 a.m. Breakfast will follow the service and all members of the community are invited. The service will be Read More

Advance tickets now on sale for 10th annual Big Horn Mountain Festival

SHERIDAN — Advance tickets are now on sale for the 10th annual Big Horn Mountain Festival which will begin early Friday, July 11 and run until late Sunday, July 13. Organizers of the three-day music festival in Buffalo are offering special ticket prices of $75 for a three day pass, a savings of $10 over Read More

‘Flavor of the Week’ to feature yoga at the Kula Space this Thursday

SHERIDAN — In celebration of their fourth anniversary, the Kula Space will host “Flavor of the Week,” a weekly free class on Thursdays this summer at 5:30 p.m. Some of the free classes will request optional donations to support a local cause and suggestions of local causes to support are welcome. This week’s class will be Read More

Land trust works to expand network around Red Grade Road

BIG HORN — In coming years, the Bighorn Mountain foothills traversed by Red Grade Road could become an even more accessible and explorable backyard adventure for Sheridan County residents who already hold the area near and dear. Renowned for its year-round ATV and snowmobile recreation options, the area is set to become a nearby haven for Read More

Not guilty plea entered in fatal bicycle accident case

July 3, 2014

SHERIDAN — Hannah M. Terry, 34, pleaded not guilty in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday morning to charges relating to a fatal bicycling accident that occurred on Coffeen Avenue in May. Terry is charged with aggravated homicide by vehicle and driving under the influence of a controlled substance causing serious bodily injury. Both felony charges carry Read More

Local man charged in connection with Hospital Pharmacy West burglary

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Attorney’s Office filed charges against Robert Kelly Weber, 34, of Sheridan on Friday in connection with the burglary of prescription medications from Hospital Pharmacy West in 2013. According to the Sheridan Police Department, information received throughout the investigation implicated Weber in the theft of a large amount of prescription medications. Read More

P&Z denies rec center, again

  SHERIDAN — For the second time in a little over a year, a request for a conditional use permit by the Sheridan County School District 1 Recreation District to build a community center near the Big Horn Y has been recommended for denial by the County Planning and Zoning Commission. After nearly an hour of Read More

Judge hears oral arguments in Press’ case against SCSD2

SHERIDAN — Judge William Edelman of 4th Judicial District Court heard oral arguments in The Sheridan Press’ lawsuit against Sheridan County School District 2 on Wednesday. He did not issue a decision in the matter, but said he would do so soon. The Press filed the lawsuit earlier this year, alleging that the school board Read More

Rodeo tickets selling fast; grab yours now

SHERIDAN — Next week is arguably the biggest week of the year for Sheridan County as the 84th annual Sheridan WYO Rodeo kicks off. Before tourists fill the hotels and rough stock fill the chutes, you may want to make sure you have your tickets to the show before your opportunity to fill the stands Read More

Ranchester passes final 2015 budget

RANCHESTER — Ranchester Town Council on Tuesday passed the third and final reading of its fiscal year 2015 budget. The general fund budget is approximately $800,000 more than last year’s, Town Clerk Teri Laya said, but this is mainly due to the addition of the Main Street Mercantile project to this year’s budget. That project is Read More

New crosswalk on Brundage Lane to be completed soon

SHERIDAN — City officials expect the new crosswalk on Brundage Lane near the entrance to South Park to be completed within the next week or so. Engineering project manager for the city, Tom O’Leary, said Wednesday that the crosswalk was installed as a safety measure for those utilizing the city’s pathway system. O’Leary said the Read More

Student news

• Jamie Jo Craft of Sheridan received her bachelor’s of general studies from the University of North Dakota. She is the daughter of Cindy and Gary Craft of Sheridan. • Lauren Weitzel of Sheridan received a $1,000 scholarship from the Republican Women of Sheridan County. She plans to attend Casper College in the fall. • Read More

‘Wyoming Wednesdays’ held in July

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Office of Tourism will host the next event in a series of events called “Wyoming Wednesdays.” Informative and interpretive programs about Sheridan are being offered at 10 a.m. most Wednesdays throughout July at the Wyoming Welcome Center. At this week’s event Wayne Baumann will give a history of Buffalo Bill Cody. Read More

Native American photo display this July

SHERIDAN — The Sagebrush Art Center is displaying a Native American Photography exhibition by Ann Fuller throughout the month of July and will host an artist’s reception on Wednesday. From 4:30-6:30 p.m. all members of the community are invited to the free event and refreshments will be served. The gallery is located inside the Historic Read More

Senior Center employees receive recognition

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Senior Center employees Liz Swisher and Ken Talmadge were recognized in June by the Wyoming Public Transit Association at the 2014 WyTrans Conference in Laramie. Swisher was awarded Wyoming Dispatcher of the Year for her positive attitude as a dispatcher for the Sheridan Public Mini-Bus transportation service. Talmadge was awarded Outstanding Service Read More

Setting the sky ablaze

Dave Avery, left, and Justin Bishop load shells into three-inch mortars during setup for the Fourth of July fireworks show Wednesday afternoon at the Big Horn Equestrian Center. Each mortar shell is fired according to a timed sequence set by the firing control computer. The fireworks display is timed to by choreographed with music that Read More

Day Break, college partner to improve services, student learning

July 2, 2014

SHERIDAN — Recently it was announced that the Sheridan Senior Center would be building a new home for their Day Break program, a licensed adult day care where families can bring seniors on weekdays for care and socialization. After a gift of land from Whitney Benefits and a $500,000 grant from the Wyoming State Loan Read More

County commissioners nix quarry proposal

SHERIDAN — For the first time in its history, the Board of County Commissioners unanimously denied a quarry permit Tuesday for a commercial pit proposed to be located on Bird Farm Road near the intersection with U.S. Highway 87, which leads to Story. Commission Chairman Terry Cram said individual commissioners have voted against quarries in the Read More

Three candidates move forward in Senate District 22 selection process

STORY — After approximately three hours of introductions, question and answer sessions and two votes, a selection committee comprised of Sheridan and Johnson County Republican Party precinct members chose the three candidates who will be considered to fill the vacant Senate District 22 seat left vacant by the death of Sen. John Schiffer, R-Kaycee, on Read More

Next Concert in the Park to be held Tuesday

SHERIDAN — The next Concert in the Park will be held Tuesday after the rodeo week Boot Kick-Off event. From 7:30-9 p.m. in the Kendrick Park Band Shell, Ashley Buchart from Nashville, a graduate of the Denver School of the Arts performing out of Parker, Colorado, will perform. Buchart’s talents include opera, concert violin, song Read More

New Vaudevillians to perform this summer

SHERIDAN — The New Vaudevillians of the WYO Theater are back and rebranding for their repeat year as the WYO Vaudevillians. Three summer performances will be offered, the first on Wednesday and subsequent shows on July 16 and 23. The shows will be held in the new Mars Theater inside the WYO. An open talent Read More

Tipsy Taxi golf tourney to be held Tuesday

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Liquor Dealers Association will hold a “Tipsy Taxi Golf Tournament” on Tuesday at Kendrick Municipal Golf Course. A fundraiser for their scholarship fund and the Tipsy Taxi program, four-person teams in a scramble format are invited to register for $75 per person. The tournament will run from 10 a.m. to Read More

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