Local News

Mathis couple celebrates 50th anniversary

September 25, 2014

SHERIDAN — George and Patricia Mathis will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 3. George and Patricia Mathis were married Oct. 3, 1964, in Sheridan. He is retired from teaching and being a principal at Linden, Meadowlark and Woodland Park elementary schools. She was a secretary at Sheridan County School District 2 until retiring in Read More

Sagebrush Art Center hosting kids costume classes

SHERIDAN — The Sagebrush Community Art Center is having Halloween costume classes for kids on Oct. 4 and Oct. 11. On Oct. 4, the kids will be making masks and on Oct. 11 they will be designing their own costumes. There is a $6 registration for each class. Reservations can be made by calling 674-1970 Read More

‘Downton and Denim’ set for Oct. 3 at SC

SHERIDAN — As a fundraiser for the Sheridan College fine and performing arts department, the college will host the “Downton and Denim Banquet,” on Oct. 3. The event will take place in the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center Atrium. Cocktails and appetizers will begin at 6 p.m. and dinner will follow at 6:30 p.m. The Read More

Friday’s Events Sept. 25, 2014

• 8 a.m. – noon, Presbyterian Women’s fall rummage sale, 2121 Colonial Drive. • 6 p.m., FAB Woman of the Year banquet, Edward A. Whitney Academic Center at Sheridan College, 3059 Coffeen Ave., $30

FAB Conference set for tomorrow, Saturday

SHERIDAN — The FAB (For. About. By.) Women’s Conference will kick off Friday with the FAB Woman of the Year banquet. The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. at the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center at Sheridan College. Each of the nine nominees for the award will be honored. Last year’s winner, Erin Kilbride, will Read More

Discussing lessons learned at Heart Mountain

September 24, 2014

First phase of Red Grade Trails System approved

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Community Land Trust has received a permit to build trails and improve parking areas on 160 acres of state land bisected by Red Grade Road in the first of an estimated five phases that will produce a 33-mile trail system along the road. The 25-year special use lease will allow SCLT to Read More

Local artist asks viewers to bring experiences to art

SHERIDAN — Standing in a gallery gazing at a piece of landscape art, the image of rolling hills and waving tall grass brings you back to a time when you were young. You recall running off with a friend on a windy summer day, searching for flowers, climbing what felt like a mountain at the Read More

Dayton moving forward with additional parking

DAYTON — Two lots located near Scott Bicentennial Park recently purchased by the town of Dayton are on their way to becoming additional parking, and possibly additional green space. The Dayton Town Council held a work session Tuesday to discuss how best to use the property. At the session, Mayor Bob Wood gave a report Read More

Advocacy center holding Shopapalooza benefit Oct. 2 at Best Western

SHERIDAN — The Advocacy and Resource Center is holding a benefit Shopapalooza Oct. 2. From 5:30-8 p.m. there will be an opportunity to bid on new and used handbags, jewelry, scarves and accessories. Hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar will be available. The event will be held at the Best Western Sheridan Center and tickets Read More

Landon’s hosting fall-themed workshops

SHERIDAN — Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery employees have invited the public to attend two workshops this Saturday. At 10 a.m., a workshop will focus on pumpkin centerpieces. The cost for the workshop is $19.99. Then at 2 p.m., attendees may bring in any container to create a fall fairy garden. There will be a fee Read More

Lecture to feature most spectacular species

SHERIDAN —The Sheridan College Faculty Lecture Series will present “Vampires, Warriors and Slave-makers: The Spectacular diversity and Ecological Roles of Ants,” by Dr. Scott Newbold on Oct. 2. This lecture will provide a broad review of some of the most spectacular species that inhabit this planet — from ants that glide through the rainforest canopy, Read More

Caregiver conference set for Oct. 3-4

SHERIDAN — There will be a free caregiver conference at the Holiday Inn Oct. 3-4. All caregivers are welcome and the conference will feature general information along with focused sessions on Alzheimer’s Disease. Register by Sept. 30 by calling 1-877-926-8300 and ask for the Sheridan Caregiver Conference. Interested individuals can also go online at www.uwyo.edu/wycoa. Read More

Local Briefs Sept. 24, 2014

Presbyterian Women to hold annual rummage sale SHERIDAN — The Presbyterian Women will hold their annual fall rummage sale this weekend. From 8 a.m. until noon on Friday and Saturday there will be clothing, shoes, toys and books for sale. On Saturday, they will have a $2 sack sale. The church is located at 2121 Read More

Changing seasons

September 23, 2014

A cluster of trees turn color on the land adjacent to Steamboat Point Sunday evening near Highway 14 west of  Dayton. The foliage in the Bighorn Mountains has been showing fall colors despite damage from snowfall earlier this month.

WGFD seeking information on mule deer poaching

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information about the wanton destruction of three mule deer bucks in northwest Sheridan County. The mule deer were killed on the Sheeley Ranch about five miles north of Dayton sometime late Sept. 15 or early Sept. 16. Sheridan Game Warden Bruce Scigliano and Dayton Game Read More

Work needed on county attorney’s office after arson starts today

SHERIDAN — County commissioners signed an agreement Monday with O’Dell Construction to renovate the Sheridan County attorney’s office located at 148 S. Brooks St. The building was severely damaged in an early morning fire June 4. Work was set to begin today after a preconstruction meeting. County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller said the house has been Read More

Ready to hunt? Hunter Mentor Program offers chance to try sport

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s edition of the week-long hunter education course administered by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department started yesterday. If you were unable to enroll in the fully booked class — or 15 hours in a classroom didn’t work with your schedule — there are still ways for you to meet your state-mandated hunter Read More

Student News Sept. 23, 2014

26 graduate from Leadership Sheridan County SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the graduates of its 21st annual Leadership Sheridan County program, a nine-month course on leadership development and community education in Sheridan County. The 26 members of the  Class of 2014, whose graduation ceremony was held at the Read More

Rib and Chop honors ‘Best in Class’

SHERIDAN— The Rib and Chop House in Sheridan is taking nominations for “Best in Class,” a local teacher award. The winner will receive $1,000 from Wyoming Rib and Chop House to purchase classroom supplies. Nominations are now open on the restaurant’s Facebook page. Interested community members can fill out an online form to nominate their Read More

FAB Women’s Conference set for this weekend

SHERIDAN — The FAB (For. About. By.) Women’s Conference will kick off Friday with the FAB Woman of the Year banquet. The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. at the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center at Sheridan College. Each of the nine nominees for the award will be honored. Last year’s winner, Erin Kilbride, will Read More

Wednesdays Events Sept. 23, 2014

• 2-6:30 p.m. Blood drive, Tongue River Valley Community Center, 411 Dayton St. • 5:30-7:30 p.m. “Your Government-Your Legislators” lecture series, Whitney Presentation Hall, Sheridan College, 3059 Coffeen Ave. • 7 p.m. Science Museum lecture, “Water Quality Counts: Building a Local Conservation Program” Mohns Science Center, Sheridan College, 3059 Coffeen Ave.

‘Drug take back’ scheduled for Saturday 

WYOMING — A drug “DEA Take Back” day is scheduled across the nation for Saturday, and the Wyoming Department of Health is reminding Wyoming residents that medications can sometimes be donated to help others. The department’s Medication Donation Program accepts most unused, in-date, sealed medications, but cannot accept or dispose of controlled substances, such as Read More

Fall Fly fishers enjoy autumn day on the water

September 22, 2014

SHERIDAN — A breeze laced with autumn chill rustles leaves blushing yellow along the banks of Piney Creek south of Sheridan. Dots of red foliage flash through the leaves like beacons catching one’s attention again, and again. Rays of sunlight refract in the ripples of the creek, scattering across the cool water like glitter spilled on Read More

Gap exists in view of state education system

SHERIDAN — There is a disparity in Wyoming between how K-12 school- and district-level administrators, teachers, school board members and local or state elected officials view the current state of our K-12 education system and how parents, business representatives, higher education leaders and general taxpayers view it. At least that is what a recent study Read More

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