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Rotary names Students of the Month

Rotary names Students of the Month

SHERIDAN — The Rotary Club recently selected Sara Von Krosigk as the Sheridan High School Student of the Month for November. Von Krosigk is the daughter of Greg and Kristi. She is taking studio art, AP calculus, computer graphics, accounting, physics and English 1010. In addition to her busy class schedule, Von Krosigk works part-time… Continue Reading

‘Chasing Shadows’ to be shown at WYO Friday

SHERIDAN — The latest ski and snowboard film from Warren Miller Entertainment, “Chasing Shadows,” will be shown at the WYO Theater Friday at 8:15 p.m. The film captures more of what WME has been documenting over the last 66 years — the cutting edge of winter sports. That includes early alpine racing to the birth… Continue Reading

David Rojo: father, husband, mentor extraordinaire

David Rojo: father, husband, mentor extraordinaire

SHERIDAN— Each fall at Holy Name Catholic Church when it became time for seventh-graders to choose an adult as their confirmation sponsor, David Rojo was in high demand. “The competition was stiff,” said the Rev. Jim Heiser, pastor at Holy Name Catholic Church. “Who would get Mr. Rojo?” Heiser thinks Rojo said yes to whichever… Continue Reading

SCSO changes hours, fingerprinting policies

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office recently changed its hours to 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The SCSO also revised fingerprinting policies. The agency will only fingerprint those as required by Wyoming statutes or federal law, including concealed carry permits, ATF applications and sex offender registry. SCSO will fingerprint for these… Continue Reading

37th annual Turkey Trot set for Thursday

SHERIDAN — The 37th annual Turkey Trot will take place Thursday, beginning at the Kendrick Park Band Shell. Local community members interested in preserving the tradition are organizing this year’s event to benefit families pursuing adoption. The Turkey Trot will include a 2.8-mile race and a 1-mile kids race. The entry fee is $5 and… Continue Reading

SHS officials announce Principal’s Honor Roll

SHERIDAN — Officials at Sheridan High School recently announced the students named to the first-quarter Principal’s Honor Roll. The Principal’s Honor Roll includes students who earned all A’s and are enrolled in at least five classes at SHS. Ninth grade Lucy Barten, Megan Beld, Sarah Bicocchi, Nolan Billings, Elizabeth Braley, Marissa Brenneman, Jonathan Briggs, Logan… Continue Reading

TRVCC to host annual turkey trot

DAYTON — The Tongue River Valley Community Center is organizing its annual 5K Turkey Run/Walk for Thanksgiving Day. The event will begin at 8 a.m. at the TRVCC in Dayton. Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m. and the event will begin at 8 a.m. The cost to participate is two canned goods per person. For… Continue Reading

SC Nursing Club organizing coat drive

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Nursing Club is organizing a children’s coat drive for the holiday season. The group is collecting blankets, gloves, hats, jackets and other cold-weather gear. The coat drive begins today and will run through Dec. 11. Items can be dropped off at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, the Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center… Continue Reading

Ranchester preparing for growth by looking to history

RANCHESTER — To grow into the future, Ranchester plans to look to the past. The town of Ranchester was established by the Lincoln Land Company pre-1900 as a railroad terminal, but Mayor Peter Clark said very few features remain from that bygone era. That’s about to change. Ranchester intends to display an out-of-service caboose at… Continue Reading



     SHERIDAN — Earlier this month, The Sheridan Press asked readers to send in their recipes for the best Thanksgiving meal dishes they have to offer.      We asked for recipes ranging from turkey and stuffing to cranberries and pie. The following recipes are the fruit of those submissions. Cranberry salsa with tree… Continue Reading

Senior Center Happenings — Nov. 21, 2015

• The Senior Center is serving a traditional Thanksgiving dinner at 211 Smith St. from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. This holiday dinner is provided courtesy of the following sponsors: Sheridan Media, Wyoming Foundation of Sheridan-Johnson, First Presbyterian Church and an anonymous donor. Thank you! • The Senior Center will be offering… Continue Reading

Center Stage: Supports for caregivers of all ages

In the United States more than 60 million caregivers provide assistance to family, friends and neighbors.  November is National Family Caregiver month but these devoted caregivers provide care every day, not just during the month that honors them. November is also the month that we celebrate the brave men and women who have served and… Continue Reading

A new page for a caregiver

A new page for a caregiver

SHERIDAN — “For the longest time, granny was my life. Everything I did revolved around her,” said Tatiana Hom. Hom was a caregiver to the granny who raised her as a daughter. For many of Hom’s teenage years, her granny Julester Grant suffered from Alzheimer’s dementia, a decline in her mental ability that took a… Continue Reading

Randel, Joy wed in Sheridan

Randel, Joy wed in Sheridan

SHERIDAN — Jeri R. Randel and Gary E. Joy, both of Sheridan, were wed Oct. 18, 2015, at First Presbyterian Church. Randel is the daughter of Theodore and Mary Jo Heit. She is currently retired. Joy is the son of William and Evalyn Joy. He is also retired. Continue Reading

Fort Phil Kearny to host annual Kids’ Pheasant Hunt

SHERIDAN — Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site will host the fourth annual Kids’ Pheasant Hunt on Nov. 28-29. The event is an opportunity for families and friends wanting to hunt with young people ages 17 and younger to harvest pheasants, practice safe hunting skills and enjoy the Piney Creek landscape at the historic fort… Continue Reading

Hospital to host hospice training in December

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Hospice of the Big Horns will have a volunteer training beginning in December. The training will consist of four sessions, which will extend into January 2016. Volunteers have flexible hours and can participate in various ways: helping out in homes, in the hospice office or at various activities throughout the… Continue Reading

Agenda — Nov. 21, 2015

Sheridan County Commission  Staff Meeting 9 a.m. Monday Second floor Commission Library Sheridan County Courthouse 224 S. Main St. • Call to Order •  Discussion with Matt Redle, County Attorney, regarding the hiring of a Deputy County Attorney • Staff/Elected Reports • Discussion with Eric Nations, introducing the non-profit organization Big Horn Archery and Outdoors… Continue Reading

Man sentenced to 3-5 years for choking girlfriend

SHERIDAN — A man who choked his girlfriend was sentenced Thursday to three to five years in prison with a chance to get out sooner pending successful completion of the Youthful Offender Boot Camp. Alexander Ascherin, 23, of Sheridan, entered into a plea agreement in September for felony strangulation of a household member. Under terms of… Continue Reading

Myers given deferred prosecution on marijuana charge

SHERIDAN — A man convicted of selling marijuana in Sheridan could avoid a felony conviction if he can follow the terms of a deferred prosecution. Hunter Myers, 19, was sentenced Thursday to one to five years of supervised probation. If he succeeds with probation, the felony conviction would not stay on his record. Deputy County and… Continue Reading

SMH Trees of Love tree lighting set for Dec. 6

SHERIDAN — The annual tree lighting open house for Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Christmas Trees of Love will be Dec. 6 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. in the front lobby of the hospital. The trees will be lit at 5 p.m. and refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, the trees provide residents the opportunity… Continue Reading

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