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Horse drawn buggy

January 7, 2014

Sara Ogle rides in the back of a buggy Saturday afternoon with her family on Highway 14 near Dayton while her father, Tom Ogle, steers the team. The Ogles prefer to travel via horsepower rather than driving their truck.

Legislative forum to be held Jan. 15-16 at Sheridan City Hall

SHERIDAN — The annual Legislative Forum will be held Jan. 15 and 16 in the City Hall council chambers. The event is an opportunity for businesses, organizations and individuals to bring their issues to a panel of our local state legislators. Legislators expected to be present include Sen. Bruce Burns, Sen. John Schiffer, Rep. Rosie Read More

‘The Long Stange Trip’ showing Monday

SHERIDAN — The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Sheridan will be showing a six-part video series tracing the origin and evolution of the faith entitled “The Long Strange Trip” starting Monday. This free event is open to the entire community. Screenings will commence at 7 p.m. weekly on Monday evenings and a short discussion will follow Read More

Councilor Levi Dominguez resigns from City Council

January 6, 2014

SHERIDAN – City Councilor Levi Dominguez has resigned from Sheridan City Council. Dominguez accepted a position as a deputy with the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office and felt he would be unable to fully commit to council duties during his transition and subsequent training. The resignation is effective immediately. “I will be very busy the next Read More

Workshop focuses on starting your own business as 2nd career

SHERIDAN — The Small Business Administration and AARP will sponsor a workshop Thursday that will go over how to start a business. While the 2.5-hour class is open to everyone, the session is targeted toward people over the age of 50 who may be interested in embarking on a second career after retirement. SBA Regional Read More

Senior Center hosts Helen Laumann Wednesday

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Senior Center will host Helen Laumann of the Sheridan County Historical Society for the next “Conversation in History” on Wednesday. This series of casual conversations surrounding specific portions of our Sheridan area history is free and open to the public. The meeting will run from 10-11:15 a.m. in the Senior Center conference Read More

Chamber says ‘Chamber Bucks’ sales up in 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce announced the 2013 total sales of “Chamber Bucks” gift certificates increased over the previous year. The year-end total well exceeded the goal of $50,000 with total sales equaling $59,287. Approximately 1,400 separate certificates were sold reflecting a 27 percent increase over 2012 sales and 75 percent increase Read More

Henderson uses art to give back to the community

SHERIDAN — A Notable Neighbor is someone who is engaged in the community that typically does not otherwise receive public recognition. Today The Sheridan Press would like to introduce you to Rosana Henderson. Where are you from? If you’re not a Sheridan native, how long have you lived here and what brought you here? I Read More

Braving the chill, knowing the risks

SHERIDAN — For some, snow means cozying up by a fire, under a blanket, with a cup of hot cocoa. For others, the snows of winter are an invitation to hike deep into the mountains and set up camp where the word “quiet” takes on a whole new level of meaning in a land hushed Read More

State money would not be used to give local gov’t raises

January 3, 2014

SHERIDAN — Wyoming’s city and county governments recently called on the Legislature to accept Gov. Matt Mead’s request for local government funding in the next biennium, which will be considered in the upcoming legislative budget session to begin Feb. 10. Mead’s $175 million request is $20 million more than was granted to local governments in Read More

Family welcomes new year, new baby

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Memorial Hospital has welcomed the first new member of the community for 2014. Wyatt Lee Powell was the first baby of the new year, born at 8:25 a.m. on Jan. 1. The son of Patricia Powell of Sheridan, he arrived weighing 7 pounds 5 ounces and stretching 20.5 inches long. “It was Read More

One in eight will buy a gym membership, half will drop in February

SHERIDAN — It’s the first week of January, so statistically speaking there is a one in eight chance you have recently or will soon purchase a new gym membership. According to the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association reports, 12 percent of new gym members join in January, presumably an effort to make good on Read More

Lady Generals to host basketball camp

SHERIDAN — The Lady Generals basketball team of Sheridan College will be hosting a “Holiday Christmas Camp” on Sunday. Girls of all skill levels from kindergarten through eighth grade are invited to the coaching event. The camp will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. The cost to participate Read More

Fulmer Library to host a tea party

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library will host a tea party in celebration of Downton Abbey season four premiere. On Tuesday at 7 pm. all are welcome to attend an “afternoon tea” service in the Inner Circle. Period attire is encouraged but not required. Scones and other snacks will be available. Historic tea sets Read More

Business counseling to be offered Thursday

SHERIDAN — The Small Business Administration and the American Association of Retired Persons have joined together to provide information to help people start or grow small businesses in Sheridan. “Start Your Own Business” counseling and resource workshop will be offered Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The session is targeted to those age 50 Read More

Live music at Black Tooth Brewing Company

SHERIDAN — The Black Tooth Brewing Company will offer free live music Saturday night. John Kirlin will be performing starting at 7 p.m. For more information contact Tim Barnes at 675-2337. Black Tooth Brewing Company is located at 312 Broadway St.

Senior Center lecture series begins Tuesday

SHERIDAN — The Senior Center will be hosting a series of presentations entitled “…When I’m Sixty-Four” commencing on Tuesday. This series of life planning lectures will take place monthly on the first Tuesday from 5:30-7 p.m. The program is designed to help people make informed decisions unique to aging individuals and families. The focus of Read More

Money stolen from lost wallet

SHERIDAN — On the evening of Dec. 30, a wallet was lost in the 1700 block of Dana Avenue. The wallet contained a significant amount of cash. The next day the wallet was recovered in the area of the skate park in Thorne-Rider Park, however the money was missing. Law enforcement requested that anyone with Read More

Identity theft

SHERIDAN – It began eight years ago with a $4,000 withdrawal from his bank account at a bank branch in Washington. “That was the very first incident,” said Tim Bork. “Since then it has just been a constant breach of accounts.” For several years, Bork has been a victim of identity theft and fraud that Read More

Dahmke retires after 20 years at SPD

January 2, 2014

SHERIDAN — A staple officer of the Sheridan Police Department has retired. SPD Lt. Chris Dahmke left the department at age 46 after serving the city of Sheridan for more than 20 years. Dahmke grew up in Douglas. After graduating from college, he briefly worked at Disney Land and later drove a forklift for the Read More

SPD: New Year’s Eve crimes business as usual

SHERIDAN — The New Year’s holiday kept the Sheridan Police Department busy running back and forth but no more than usual for a celebration centered on late night parties. “Overall, it was what we’ve come to expect on New Year’s when there’s a large volume of alcohol and a large volume of people out,” Sgt. Read More

First Friday Comedy Night to be held tomorrow

SHERIDAN — First Friday Comedy Night will be held tomorrow at the Holiday Inn. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for the 8 p.m. show. Attendees must be 18 years old or older. Individual tickets are open seating for $7 in advance or $10 at the door and $4 for Sheridan College students with ID. Alcohol Read More

The 27th annual Polar Bear Plunge

SHERIDAN — Wednesday afternoon at Lake DeSmet the wind was blowing steady at about 10 miles per hour with intermittent high speed bursts. The sun was bright, high in the sky but the air was cold at just over 20 degrees. A fresh four inches of snow from the night before made the roads slick Read More

Annie Greenthumb’s designing two Rose Bowl parade floats

December 31, 2013

SHERIDAN — It is an uncanny coincidence that this year’s 125th Rose Bowl Parade has the theme of “Dreams do come true” because for one Sheridan resident that is exactly what is happening. Linda Robbins, owner of Annie Greenthumb’s Flowers and Gifts, has been invited to participate in floral designing for two of the Rose Read More

Deer issues down with help from city, WGFD program

SHERIDAN — A wildlife management program forged via a cooperative effort between the Sheridan Police Department and Wyoming Game and Fish Department has played a major role in getting the deer population within city limits down to a manageable level. The drop in the number of deer within city limits has led to a reduction Read More

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