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Trails crew gives new meaning to office space

July 5, 2013

WOLF — It’s 8:30 in the morning, and the sun is already warming the arid Wyoming air near Eatons’ Ranch to nearly 80 degrees. Wearing Carharts or jeans and long-sleeved shirts, three men sling 30-pound packs on their backs, each containing at least a gallon of water and a red hard hat. Radios are strapped Read More

Science Kids offering ‘Creeks and Critters’

SHERIDAN — Science Kids is offering children ages 6-10 a chance to explore the wet and wild areas in and around Sheridan. The “Creeks and Critters” class will be held July 15-18 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. each day. Students will search for and learn about the animals that live near these riparian areas, Read More

Blackwood Legacy Quartet to perform July 12

SHERIDAN — People Assistance Food Bank is sponsoring Blackwood Legacy Quartet from Nashville in concert at the Kendrick Park band shell. Blackwood Legacy Quartet mixes the best of southern gospel’s traditional sound with newer country gospel and worship music. The Food Bank food cart will be on hand selling hot dogs and cold drinks. The Read More

Museum to unveil Rosebud diorama Sat.

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Museum will be unveiling their newest exhibition “The Battle of the Rosebud” by Tom Warneke and Connie Robinson Saturday at 10 a.m. at 850 Sibley Circle. The display consists of a diorama by Warneke and an accompanying mural by Robinson. “No other museum that we know of interprets the Battle Read More

Hospital board approves renovation projects

July 3, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees voted Wednesday afternoon to approve three capital renovation projects totaling about $332,000. Facilities for the Sheridan Women’s Clinic, Big Horn Mountain Medicine and a new urgent care track in the emergency department are set to be updated as part of the plan. Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty Read More

County lowers subsidy to ambulance service

SHERIDAN — Sheridan County Commissioners approved a revised year-long agreement with Rocky Mountain Ambulance Service to continue providing emergency medical services to Sheridan County at their meeting Tuesday. The revised agreement decreased the subsidy amount the county will pay by $5,000. Sheridan County will pay RMA $175,000 to provide services to all county residents between Read More

2013 local graduates of Sheridan College

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College held its 64th commencement ceremony May 11, 2013. More than 310 students completed their degree requirements at Sheridan College this year. “The achievement of a college diploma or certificate is a milestone in the life of a college student. Graduation is an example or our long tradition of academic excellence in Read More

County OKs McMeans subdivision

SHERIDAN — County commissioners approved the McMeans Conservation Subdivision located west of Dayton along the Tongue River at their meeting Tuesday. The subdivision is the first of its kind in Sheridan County. A conservation subdivision designates a substantial portion of its land — at least 70 percent — as permanently protected open space while homes are Read More

Sheridanites fought for a new birth of freedom

SHERIDAN — Seven score and 10 years ago our nation was met upon a battlefield. A battlefield which tested whether the words written in the Declaration of Independence would stand the test of time. And just as President Lincoln consecrated hallowed ground at Gettysburg for the memory of those who fought gallantly, within the streets Read More

Law enforcement emphasizing safety this July 4

SHERIDAN — In the lead up to this year’s Fourth of July celebrations, local law enforcement agencies are reminding residents to remain aware of regulations concerning the discharge of fireworks in Sheridan County. While their legality depends on several factors including location and land ownership, peace officers from several agencies said ultimate responsibility lies with Read More

Local Civil War veterans

Compiled by Tyson Emborg LIST OF CIVIL WAR VETERANS IN THE SHERIDAN MUNICIPAL CEMETERY Peter H. Anderson (d. March 28, 1930) Mus. Co. C 17 Wis. Inf. C. M. Bacon (d. May 18, 1917) Co. I 84 Ind. Inf. Havilla Baker (d. May 24, 1928) Co. F 4 NY Heavy Artillery James Baker (d. July Read More

‘Heroes Truck’ honors generations of warriors

SHERIDAN — Along with dozens of special classic and vintage cars on display this weekend at the Sheridan Karz Club Rod Run Show, will be a one-of-a-kind truck that the owner says every Sheridan resident can appreciate. The “Heroes Truck,” a custom configured and hand-painted 2005 Chevrolet Silverado, features detailed, painted scenes honoring military and Read More

Ranchester finalizes FY14 budget

SHERIDAN — Ranchester town councilors passed their 2013-2014 budget Tuesday, and Mayor Allan Moore said the community looks to be on solid financial footing for the coming fiscal year. “We’re staying in the black pretty good,” he said. Moore said the document, which passed unanimously on its third and final reading, doesn’t feature many major Read More

Food Drive at Safeway this week

SHERIDAN — People Assistance Food Bank will have a food drive at Safeway, 169 Coffeen Ave., from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The People Assistance food truck will be also be there selling hamburgers, hotdogs and homemade salad. Raffle tickets will be for sale for two prizes: a Rock River Read More

Great Foundations fundraiser July 12

SHERIDAN — Great Foundations child care center will hold a fundraising bake sale July 12 from 8-10 a.m. in the parking lot at the east end of Grinnell Plaza. Baked goods, cold water and soda will be sold and there will be face painting for children. All proceeds will go toward remodeling their indoor playroom. Read More

July 3, 2013, Student news

Ferries graduates from University of Denver on dean’s list SHERIDAN — Evelyn Ferries, daughter of Jane Ferries and the late Greg Ferries of Sheridan, graduated from the University of Denver with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Spanish. Ferries was also named to the dean’s list. She will attend Le Cordon Blue Institute of Culinary Read More

Mead guest at next Chamber luncheon

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce has announced that Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead will be the featured speaker at the Chamber’s monthly luncheon July 10. Mead will be discussing his newly released energy strategy for Wyoming. The strategy is comprised of 47 initiatives designed to better equip industry, conservation groups and others with Read More

County waives fees for Brinton Museum expansion

SHERIDAN — The Brinton Museum near Big Horn received a conditional use permit from county commissioners Tuesday to build a 25,526-square-foot expansion into the hillside southeast of the current museum. It will be a three-story earth shelter structure that will offer additional gallery space, a bistro overlooking the Bighorn Mountains, a gift shop and office Read More

Cloud Peak Ranch rezone tabled

July 2, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sheridan City Council had just enough members to meet quorum at its regularly scheduled meeting Monday. Four out of seven members were present, with three being absent due to sickness and vacation leave. Having only a quorum forced the council to table a request to rezone approximately two acres from R-1 residential to Read More

Soldier Ridge Trail gets a facelift

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Community Land Trust is continuing improvement projects on the Soldier Ridge Trail located west of Sheridan. Recent work on the four-mile trail included graveling of the first mile of the trail, improvements to the trailhead parking area, installation of a dog waste station and installation of drainage culverts. Work on the Read More

City OKs Sheridan Links development on final reading

SHERIDAN — Members of Sheridan City Council approved on third and final reading the annexation of approximately 57 acres on the corner of West Fifth Street and Mydland Road into city limits. Council members also approved the final plat for the Sheridan Links Planned Unit Development planned for the newly annexed land. The development is Read More

A-C second semester honor rolls announced

SHERIDAN — Arvada-Clearmont Senior and Junior High Schools have announced their second semester honor rolls. Board of Trustees honor roll (3.5-4.0 GPA): 12th grade — Bryce Burnell and Keely Rockafellow. 11th grade — Sara Ellingrod and Shayna Kretschman. 10th grade — Linzee Adamson, Levi Bircher, Sierra Martin, Kaylee Stidham and Karina Svalina. Ninth grade — Read More

Lions Club bicycle tour set for July 13

SHERIDAN — Bicyclists are invited to ride in the Lion Ryan Express Bicycle Tour on July 13, sponsored by the Sheridan Sundowner Lions Club. Registration is at 6:30 a.m. at Whitney Commons and the ride starts at 7 a.m. This is not a race. Cyclists may choose from two different routes: a 20-mile ride to Read More

Museum celebrating Wyo-Rodeo

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Museum will help celebrate the Sheridan-Wyo-Rodeo from Sunday through July 14. Visitors with a 2013 rodeo ticket or stub will receive free admission and a 10 percent discount in the museum’s mercantile. Exhibits on display include the Sheridan County 125th anniversary exhibit and the new Rosebud Battle diorama. The Model Read More

Overcast to play WYO Theater for 4-H benefit

SHERIDAN — Cowboy songwriter and singer Ken Overcast will perform at a fundraiser for the Sheridan County 4-H program July 5. Overcast is a third-generation Montanan and will be joined by young cowgirl yodeler Cora Wood. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. at the WYO Theater. Tickets are $15 per person and all proceeds Read More

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