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What an exciting year lies ahead of us

Carmen Rideout is the executive director of the Sheridan Senior Center. It’s hard to believe we are more than halfway through the first month of January 2015. I can already tell that time will fly quickly and I am so excited for the year ahead of us. Over the past five years the board of… Continue Reading

Friendships found in Day Break

Friendships found in Day Break

From the Sheridan Senior Center SHERIDAN — “Years ago, I had a husband and wife in my office,” said Barb Blue, director of Day Break, an adult day care facility for seniors based in Sheridan. “The wife was enrolling her husband in Day Break so that she could have a break and he could be… Continue Reading

Summit Award winner: Megan Myers

Academics for All is pleased to honor Megan Myers, daughter of Karen and Terry Myers, as this week’s Summit Award winner.  She is a senior at Sheridan High School and currently maintains a 3.88 GPA. Myers has taken a challenging course load since transferring to SHS from Tongue River High School and is also an… Continue Reading

Fulmer Public Library to offer computer classes

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is offering a little help to local residents navigating computers. The classes will be held Thursdays at 10 a.m. and attendees can use their own laptops or use one belonging to the library. Class topics are as follows: • Jan. 29 — More on Windows 7 •… Continue Reading

Ferrari of the piano world gets a tune-up

Ferrari of the piano world gets a tune-up

SHERIDAN — Imagine a wide open road, shimmering with dew, and an F12berlinetta Ferrari with every “rosso corsa” curve glistening and its V12 engine purring with a soft restraint that almost belies the power beneath the hood. Now imagine easing the gas pedal down, expecting the heart-pounding rev and the 0 to 124 in 8.5… Continue Reading

Schools eye bill that would require 4 years of math

Schools eye bill that would require 4 years of math

SHERIDAN — Senate File 8 is making its way through the Wyoming State Legislature, and local education stakeholders are carefully monitoring the proposed changes to the multi-faceted education accountability and assessment bill. The modified bill sponsored by the Select Committee on Statewide Education Accountability passed its second reading during Thursday’s meeting of the Senate, moving… Continue Reading

Hotels: Busy summer weekends already booked

SHERIDAN — Even though snow continues to cover the ground, local lodging establishments are feeling the heat of summer. Hotels and motels in the Sheridan area are filling up fast for this summer’s biggest events, and many are already filled to capacity during select weekends. Popular weekends already booked for many lodging facilities include the… Continue Reading

Sheridan College to host open house

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College will host an open house Wednesday beginning at 6 p.m. in the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center atrium to allow individuals to learn more about programs the community college offers. College staff especially encourage residents older than 50 who didn’t finish college to head back to campus. By combining life and… Continue Reading

‘Souper’ Bowl community food drive starts Monday

SHERIDAN — The AARP and Wyoming Retired Educators of Sheridan have partnered with local food banks for a “Souper” Bowl community food drive during the week of Jan. 26-Jan. 30. There will be two drop-off sites — the Sheridan Senior Center and the YMCA. Both sites will have a decorated box for each of the… Continue Reading

First Assembly of God Church to install new pastors Sunday

SHERIDAN — Rev. Jay and Linda Littlefield will be installed as new pastors of First Assembly of God Church at the 10:15 a.m. worship service Sunday. Rev. Alan Schaberg, the Wyoming District Assemblies of God superintendent, will install them. Following the installation, he will preach. The public is invited to this event. Jay Littlefield is… Continue Reading

Survey shows residents OK with more lax development rules

Survey shows residents OK with more lax development rules

SHERIDAN — Recent survey results indicate Sheridan residents think downtown development is important enough that the city should consider revising its rules to make it easier to remodel or replace downtown buildings. The survey was the second sent out this year to gauge public opinion during development of the Sheridan Land Use Plan and a… Continue Reading

Scheduling could be challenge for SCSD1 soccer

BIG HORN — Sheridan County School District 1 is officially moving forward with their new 3A soccer program, and the athletic directors are finding they are entering a whole new world. Previously, the district combined with SCSD2 in Sheridan for their 4A soccer teams, but in the fall of 2014 the school board voted to… Continue Reading

Crews respond to Delphi house fire, no injuries

Crews respond to Delphi  house fire, no injuries

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to a structure fire Wednesday morning on Delphi Avenue. No injuries were reported. “The origin and cause of the fire are under investigation,” SFR Chief Terry Lenhart said Wednesday. “We’ll have certified investigators looking for the cause.” Both SFR and Goose Valley Fire Department responded to the fire, and a… Continue Reading

Dayton Town Council appoints Healy as new municipal judge

DAYTON — Dayton Town Council made quick business of a short agenda Monday. Council members approved a resolution appointing Ryan Healy of Healy Law Firm as the town’s new municipal judge, Town Clerk Linda Lofgren said. Dayton’s previous municipal judge, Joelle Hadley-Day, resigned. The Council also discussed an agreement with Ranchester for Healy to conduct… Continue Reading

Tax revenues increase as local economy steadies

SHERIDAN — Local tax revenues are steadily increasing from last year, a good sign for the Sheridan area’s economic recovery. According to Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller, sales and use tax revenues have increased 1.35 percent from July to December 2014 compared to the same six-month period in 2013. Obermueller noted that the increase… Continue Reading

Cloverbuds to host rocket activity

SHERIDAN — The Cloverbuds will host an activity centered around rockets Wednesday beginning at 4 p.m. at the Watt Agricultural Center. The 4-H Cloverbud program is a component of the 4-H youth development program. It is designed as an informal approach to developing confidence, social skills, decision making abilities, subject matter knowledge and physical skills.… Continue Reading

Caywoods celebrate 60 years of marriage

Caywoods celebrate  60 years of marriage

SHERIDAN — Larry Caywood and Sally (nee Barnes) Caywood will celebrate 60 years of marriage today. The Caywoods were married Jan. 22, 1955, in Buffalo. Larry Caywood ran a trucking business for many years and worked most recently as a ranch hand before retiring in 2014. His wife was active as a 4-H leader and… Continue Reading

SCSD1 shows net loss in 2014, third year in a row

SCSD1 shows net loss in 2014, third year in a row

BIG HORN — Sheridan County School District 1 is on the brink of a concerning financial situation in their general and reserve funds, Travis Fegler of Porter, Muirhead, Cornia and Howard said Tuesday night during the school board’s annual audit presentation. Porter, Muirhead, Cornia and Howard provides an independent audit of the district’s financial report… Continue Reading

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