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North, south interchanges primed for changes

April 14, 2015

SHERIDAN — The new North Sheridan Interchange moves closer to heading out to bid each day, and Wrench Ranch representatives approached the Sheridan Planning Commission Monday evening looking to approve its master plan and a preliminary plat request for areas near the site. Sheridan Planning and Development Director Robert Briggs told commissioners Wrench Ranch representatives Read More

Deal sentenced on drug charges

SHERIDAN — David Deal of Sheridan was sentenced in 4th Judicial District Court last week on drug charges. Deal had been charged with two counts for delivery of a controlled substance — one in relation to cocaine and one for psilocybin mushrooms. Deal pleaded guilty based on a plea agreement, which stipulated that in exchange Read More

Sheridan woman set for trial on multiple charges

SHERIDAN — Melissa Spanyers, 48, of Sheridan will face an August 2015 trial on multiple counts of burglary and fraud. Spanyers has multiple cases in 4th Judicial District Court and has been charged with a total of seven counts — two counts of fraud by check, one count of forgery, two counts of burglary, one Read More

UW names Sheridan Research and Extension Center director

SHERIDAN — A plant scientist experienced in teaching, research and extension will begin May 18 as director of the Sheridan Research and Extension Center. Brian Mealor is an assistant professor in the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Wyoming and extension weed specialist. “Brian’s professional experiences will serve him well in this position,” Read More

MT vs. WY water lawsuit presentation April 22

SHERIDAN — Chris Brown from the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office will give a presentation and update on the Montana vs. Wyoming U.S. Supreme Court lawsuit over water rights in the Tongue River next week. The presentation will be held at 6 p.m. April 22 in the Inner Circle Meeting Room at Sheridan County Fulmer Library. Read More

Elks present $1,000 to The Food Group

SHERIDAN — Representatives from the Sheridan Elks Lodge #520 presented The Food Group with a check for $1,000 to help the nonprofit fulfill its mission of feeding Sheridan County students on the weekends. Steve Cox, outgoing Elks #520 Exalted Ruler, said the funds were raised from the taco feeds the Elks hold for the public Read More

SCSD2 orchestra students fare well at festival

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County School District 2 orchestra program held its annual festival on April 1 and 2. The adjudicators were Sherry Sinift, a professional violinist and pedagogue at the University of Wyoming, and James Przygocki, a professional violist and pedagogue at UW. A total of 82 string students from elementary school through high Read More

NWS to host spotter training

SHERIDAN — The National Weather Service in Billings, Montana, in cooperation with Cloud Peak Radio and Electronics Group in Sheridan, will conduct a SKYWARN Spotter Training Session from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Sheridan Masonic Lodge. The National Weather Service relies on trained volunteers to supplement Doppler radar information on severe storms. Storm Read More

‘You be the Judge’ event to be held April 21, 23

SHERIDAN — Join the Wyoming Supreme Court Justices, local district and circuit court judges and local attorneys for an in-depth look at the difficult decisions made behind-the-scenes in the court system at the “You be the Judge” event to be held April 21 and 23. Presented by the Wyoming Supreme Court and the Sheridan County Read More

Patton remembered as gentleman, servant

April 13, 2015

SHERIDAN — He was a gentleman. That was the theme that seemed to resonate throughout the funeral services held Saturday for Rep. John Patton, R-Sheridan, who died April 5 at the age of 84. St. Peter’s Episcopal Church overflowed with those who came to pay their respects to the longtime legislator who championed education and Read More

City pushes back Curbcycle start date

SHERIDAN — Due to new equipment arrival dates and pending upgrades at the Recycling Center, city personnel pushed back the tentative start for the city’s new curbside recycling program to Aug. 3. The city originally planned to roll out Phase 1 of the program, called Curbcycle, on June 1. Phase 1 includes curbside pickup of Read More

WWA helping Sheridan celebrate Earth Day

SHERIDAN — Earth Day is April 22, and the Wyoming Wilderness Association has you covered for events that week. The ninth annual Miniature Art and Music Silent Auction begins today. Interested individuals have until April 24 to stop by the Davis Gallery (645 Broadway) in Sheridan and bid on the selection of miniature artworks and Read More

Local organizations celebrate children this week

SHERIDAN — Several events and private activities are in the works to celebrate children this week as the Month of the Military Child continues and the Week of the Young Child commences. Wyoming recognizes April as the Month of the Military Child and Sheridan County participates in honoring the sacrifices of military parents and their Read More

McKinneys to celebrate 60th at Polka Club dance

SHERIDAN —Duane and Lorraine McKinney of Big Horn will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with family and friends at the monthly Polka Club dance from 1-5 p.m. Sunday at the Elks Club in Sheridan. The couple was married April 21, 1955, in Cheyenne. Duane McKinney retired from the U.S. Postal Service in 1992. Lorraine McKinney Read More

Coach Dianne Moser to be celebrated Saturday

DAYTON — A community recognition dinner to celebrate “The Legacy of Dianne Moser” will be held on Saturday at the Historic Dayton Community Hall. Moser retired this year from 41 years of coaching girls basketball at Tongue River High School. The dinner will celebrate her years of service to hundreds of TRHS athletes. A social Read More

Beach Boys tribute band at WYO on Sunday

SHERIDAN — The Sundowner Lions will present Surf’s Up, a Beach Boys tribute band, in concert at 6 p.m. Sunday at the WYO Theater. Surf’s Up is known as one of the first true Beach Boys tribute bands in the world. They have been recreating the Beach Boys’ sound for 25 years, since many of Read More

Pasta dinner, live music at Senior Center Friday

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Senior Center will host a pasta bar dinner and live entertainment every third Friday of the month. This month, Andy and Ann Lowe will play acoustic music following the dinner, which is set to include spaghetti, linguine and penne pasta with seafood, chicken, sausage and marinara or Alfredo sauce for toppings. Read More

Gentle Yoga balance class set for Wednesday

SHERIDAN — Cindy Baker will lead a Gentle Yoga Balance Class at the Senior Center from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesday. The class begins and ends with mindful meditation practices and is designed to increase strength, balance, flexibility and help participants be more conscious of how they breathe. Participants may stand or sit in chairs and adapt Read More

Little Goose Canyon Road closed for bridge repair

SHERIDAN — County Road 77, also known as Little Goose Canyon Road, will be closed at mile post 2.4 beginning today to allow for bridge repair. The road will be closed until further notice. For more information, call County Engineer Ken Muller at 675-2420.

Firefighters, city happy with finalized contract

April 10, 2015

SHERIDAN — An open-table negotiating process helped the city of Sheridan and firefighters union avoid arbitration and reach an agreement Monday. The contract lays out the terms and conditions between the two sides effective July 1, 2015, through June 30, 2016. George Neeson, president of IAFF Local 276, said negotiations many years ago were conducted Read More

MISERY MANAGEMENT AT 29,000 FEET: Local climber takes on Mount Everest

SHERIDAN — It’s 20 degrees. The wind is blowing, and his oxygen level is about half of what he’s used to. He hasn’t slept much over the past few days, and he won’t for the next few. To make matters worse, he is crammed in a tent, mere inches away from another person — someone Read More

3rd annual Bark for Life to be held at Kendrick Park on May 16

SHERIDAN — Kendrick Park is going to the dogs, again, as the third annual Bark for Life fundraiser is set to return May 16. The event is a benefit for Relay for Life, an opportunity for pets, pet lovers and others seeking a way to get involved in the efforts of the American Cancer Society. Read More

‘Deadly’ flu season winding down across Wyoming

SHERIDAN — As a long and severe flu season winds down across the state, Wyoming Department of Health representatives said in a press release Friday that at least 26 resident deaths have been linked to influenza across the state since October. “For Wyoming to see 26 influenza-connected deaths in a season stands out and is Read More

Agendas April 11, 2015

Sheridan Planning Commission 7 p.m. Monday Council chambers, Sheridan City Hall 55 Grinnell St. • Call to order and roll call of members • Approval of agenda as presented • Review, correction and approval of minutes of the March 23, 2015, meeting • Old business 1. Motion to remove from table: consideration of 700 N. Read More

SCLT antler shed hunt to be held April 18

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Community Land Trust invites community members to a spring shed hunt at the Horseshoe Ranch on April 18. Participants will hunt for elk and deer sheds in the morning. They will then return to the guesthouse for lunch and discussion of the hunt. The event is for SCLT members only, plus Read More

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