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SEEDA moving forward with economic study

August 28, 2013

SHERIDAN —The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board voted to move forward into the next phase of a Sheridan Area Career Technical Education and Training Strategy and Target Industry Study Tuesday. SEEDA has contracted with the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning, a nonprofit corporation based in Chicago, to research local and Read More

Stadick completes ‘Plebe Summer’

SHERIDAN — Navy Midshipman Paul J. Stadick of Sheridan recently completed “Plebe Summer” at the U.S. Navy Academy in Annapolis, Md. The seven weeks of required basic midshipman training is designed to help plebes, or freshmen, prepare for their first academic year at the Naval Academy. Stadick is a 2013 graduate of Sheridan High School Read More

Lindell Aurand drawings on display

SHERIDAN — “Wyoming Scenes,” drawings by Lindell Aurand, will be on display at Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. Aurand, a lifelong Sheridan resident, was born with hemophilia and in 1984 was involved in a car accident that left him in a wheelchair. He died in February. He had his first art show at the library Read More

K-Life Hosting barbecue Sept. 8

SHERIDAN — K-Life is hosting a barbecue for its volunteers and leaders and their families and friends. The party is Sept. 8 from noon to 2 p.m. and will include a barbecue, swimming in the pool and games. Anyone interested in learning about getting involved in K-Life and about volunteer opportunities is also invited to Read More

Sen. Tester attends Democratic Party fundraiser

SHERIDAN — Democrats in Wyoming need to get out there and work, then work, and work again in order to win seats in local and state offices, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., told a packed house at a Wyoming State Democratic Party fundraiser Tuesday night. Nearly 70 local and state members of the Democratic Party Read More

EMT award goes to Kim Dunlap

Skip Johnson, state emergency medical technician coordinator for the Wyoming Department of Health and Emergency Services, presents the Wyoming EMT Educational Coordinator of the Year award to Kim Dunlap of Sheridan. Dunlap was presented the award in Cheyenne on Aug. 17 at the 43rd Wyoming Medical Trauma Conference, held under the auspices of the State Read More

SEEDA enters next phase of industry study

August 27, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Task Force voted Tuesday to move forward into the next phase of a Sheridan Area Career Technical Education and Training Strategy and Target Industry Study. SEEDA has contracted with the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning, a nonprofit corporation based in Chicago, to research local and regional Read More

Open house and fly-in Sept. 7

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Pilots’ Association is hosting an open house and fly-in at Sheridan County Airport on Sept. 7 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pilots and aircraft from throughout the region will participate in the fly-in. Pilots will be at the open house so the public can see, touch, watch and possibly fly Read More

Sheridan Angels hosting fundraiser

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Angels will host a dinner and auctions to benefit their upcoming Christmas projects. The event is scheduled for Sept. 7 from 6-10 p.m. at the Sheridan Holiday Inn, 1809 Sugarland Drive. There will be a silent auction, live auction, 50/50 raffle, door prizes and music by Chuck Belus and The Let ‘Er Read More

Sheridan grad completes military basic training

SHERIDAN — Air Force Airman Cody J. Parsley graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. Parsley is a 2011 graduate of Sheridan High Read More

Community yard sale Sept. 7-8 to benefit RENEW

SHERIDAN — Rehabilitation Enterprises of North Eastern Wyoming will have a community yard sale Sept. 7-8 from 7 a.m. to noon each day. Items for sale include kitchen appliances and food preparation items, household furniture, televisions, outdoor and camping gear and much more. The proceeds will go toward beautifying and landscaping RENEW’s residential homes. The Read More

City OKs minor subdivision

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Planning Commission voted to recommend approval to City Council of a minor subdivision at its regular meeting Monday. The Mallo Minor Subdivision will be located at 1300 and 1320 De Smet Ave. Approximately .90 acres will be platted into two lots and zoned R-1 Residential, City Planning and Development Director Robert Read More

Number treated at SMH cath lab exceed projections

SHERIDAN — Just six months after opening a cardiac catheterization lab at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, seven patients have been successfully treated for a heart attack and 110 other patients have benefitted from diagnostic or non-emergent interventional cath lab procedures. “So far, these numbers are ahead of our projections for the year,” hospital CEO Mike McCafferty Read More

Judge sets bond for Sheridan man

SHERIDAN — Sean O’Leary, 34, of Sheridan, appeared before Judge Shelley Cundiff of Sheridan County Circuit Court Monday afternoon for a bond hearing on two felony charges stemming from an incident over the weekend where he allegedly discharged a firearm inside a residence and subsequently had a standoff with police. According to court documents, officers Read More

Shots fired in Sheridan home

August 26, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sean O’Leary appeared before Judge Shelley Cundiff of Sheridan County Circuit Court Monday afternoon for a bond hearing on charges stemming from an incident over the weekend where he allegedly discharged a firearm inside a residence and a subsequently had a standoff with police. According to court documents, officers with the Sheridan Police Read More

Wolf trapped, killed near Bull Creek

August 27, 2013

SHERIDAN — On Aug. 16, a control officer for the Sheridan County Predator Management District trapped and killed a gray wolf responsible for killing 21 sheep in the Bighorn Mountains. The wolf was the first documented kill in the Bighorn Mountains by the predator management district. The gray wolf was a 130-pound, 2-year-old female that Read More

Story Days once again proves to be a ‘Treasure in the Pines’

August 26, 2013

STORY — From the kaleidoscope of color at the quilt show, to the squeals of delight from children who “struck” gold at the gold panning demonstration, to the obvious joy Story residents took in chatting with neighbors and friends over puffballs of cotton candy, Story Days lived up to this year’s theme: Treasure in the Read More

Enzi: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau needs more oversight

SHERIDAN — U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi is warning Americans to be wary of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. He said the agency has unlimited ability to write financial regulations and unchecked access to every American’s bank accounts. He also called the invasion of private records worse than the unethical surveillance of U.S. Citizens by the Read More

Lummis to speak at Republican Women event Sept. 5

SHERIDAN — Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., will be the speaker at a Republican Women of Sheridan County lunch meeting Sept. 5. The meeting will be at 11:30 a.m. at The Powder Horn clubhouse. RSVPs are prefered, but you can attend without making a reservation. The public is invited to the meeting, which is open to Read More

Flying Cowboys plan fly-in

SHERIDAN — The annual “Flying Cowboys” remote controlled planes fly-in will be Sept. 6-8 at the Sheridan County Sportsman Gun Club, 89 Keystone Road. Pilots from five states will have approximately 200 planes on display. They will also be flying these planes during the three-day event. The planes range from small electric powered flyers to Read More

Barbecue Fest Sept. 7

SHERIDAN — The Best of the West Barbecue Fest will be held in Sheridan on Sept. 6 from 6-9 p.m. and Sept. 7 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This a Kansas City Barbecue Society licensed competition where teams will vie for cash and prizes in several categories. The People’s Choice competition for wings is Read More

‘Unbound’ books at Sagebrush Community Art Center

SHERIDAN — Past resident artists from Jentel Foundation are taking a different look at the world of books in an exhibition at Sagebrush Community Art Center starting Wednesday and ending Oct. 5. “Unbound” features examples of creative approaches to exploring various aspects of handmade books — binding, paper, content, format, printing, images, media and styles. Read More

Notable neighbors: Bonny and Bob — biker buddies

SHERIDAN — Bob Simpson and his 10-year-old Golden retriever Bonny are regular riders on the Sheridan streets. For five years, Bonny has accompanied Bob on his trips around town in a Velorex sidecar attached to Bob’s Harley Davidson 1200 Sportster. “Every time we left, we would kind of feel bad,” Simpson said on how Bonny Read More

Will fluoride make history in Sheridan again?

August 23, 2013

SHERIDAN — People talked, petitions circulated and the newspaper became a battleground for letters to the editor. Those in favor of adding fluoride to the water supply felt it was a certain way to prevent tooth decay. Those against insisted that fluoride in the water would lead to cancer, stomach ulcers and more. The issue Read More

Cheerleaders ready to rock

SHERIDAN — With more than 50 young girls signed up, and a new coach on board, the Little Guy Football cheerleaders are ready for the first games of the season. The cheerleading program has been offered through the Sheridan Recreation District since the 1980s and is open to girls in first through sixth grades. The Read More

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