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VOA awarded grant for Montana operations

April 2, 2015

SHERIDAN — Volunteers of America Northern Rockies has been awarded a three-year grant to expand Supportive Services for Veteran Families across Montana. The $6 million grant comes from the Veterans Administration. “We are honored to expand our current partnership with the Veterans Administration to bring critical services to Veterans on a statewide scale,” President and Read More

SHS choirs to perform festival music at concert

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School choirs will perform a concert for the community at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Sheridan High School Sue Henry Auditorium. The concert will feature the songs the four choirs will be taking to the upcoming Northeast District Festival to be held April 30 in Gillette. The Honor Choir will Read More

‘Jentel Presents’ set for Tuesday at Sagebrush Art Center

SHERIDAN — Jentel Artist Residency Program is pleased to present this month’s residents in an event open to the public. “Jentel Presents” will take place Tuesday from 5:30-7 p.m. at Sagebrush Community Art Center, on the corner of Fifth and Broadway streets. “Jentel Presents” is a community outreach program that features visual presentations and readings Read More

Akcita Win to meet Tuesday, make hot packs

SHERIDAN — The April meeting of Akcita Win will feature construction of hot packs to be donated to the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter, as demonstrated by hostesses Mary Ann Fiedor and Janice Nielsen. Attendees are asked to bring a dog or cat toy to donate. All are welcome to attend. For more information about Read More

Easter breakfast at Sheridan Masonic Building

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan York Rite Bodies are hosting an Easter breakfast from 7-10 a.m. Sunday at the Sheridan Masonic Building. The breakfast will feature pancakes, eggs, sausage, coffee and juice. Cost is $5 per person or $20 for families of four or more. Two-thirds of funds raised will benefit York Rite Charities and one-third Read More

WGFD talks large carnivore conflict at meeting

April 1, 2015

SHERIDAN — Clifford Reed’s evening started out normal enough. The owner of Tongue River Honey was checking on one of his bee yards on Wolf Creek, located south of Sheridan, when he ran into an uninvited guest. One minute he was walking through the darkness, and in an instant the Dayton resident was face-to-face with Read More

Sheridan County population continues to rise

SHERIDAN — Sheridan County’s population continues to see steady growth despite slower growth rates around the state. The State of Wyoming Department of Administration and Information Economic Analysis Division released numbers last week indicating Sheridan County’s population grew 0.7 percent from July 2013 to July 2014 to an estimated population of 30,032 people. This is Read More

Don’t be fooled by an IRS phone scam

SHERIDAN — The IRS is warning taxpayers not to be fooled by the tricks scammers may use in this tax season to take advantage of victims. Scammers use fake names, provide bogus IRS badge numbers and alter caller ID numbers to make it look like the IRS is calling, according to a press release sent Read More

SC student juried exhibition to begin Tuesday

SHERIDAN — The Sagebrush Community Art Center will host the Sheridan College Student Juried Exhibition Tuesday through April 29. The show will feature works of art by Sheridan College students that were chosen to be in the show. An artists’ reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. April 9. Refreshments will be served and the Read More

Sheridan County Museum receives BNSF grant

SHERIDAN — Sheridan County Museum was recently awarded a $3,172 grant from the BNSF Foundation to be used in the purchase of a new collections storage cabinet and materials for fabricating a specialized storage rack for the museum’s collection of framed artwork and photographs. The purchases will be completed over the next several months, according Read More

WY Outside Challenge to engage youth statewide

CHEYENNE — WY Outside is launching a new effort to connect Wyoming children and families with outdoor recreation in the state — the WY Outside Challenge. The hands-on, outdoor event provides participants with an opportunity to complete a wide variety of outdoor activities throughout 2015, then document and submit their accomplishments, with photos, on a Read More

Trail End Museum docent training set for April 7

SHERIDAN — Just in time for the 2015 school tour season, the Trail End State Historic Site is offering free docent training to anyone interested in becoming a Trail End tour guide. This year’s docent training is scheduled for Tuesday from 9-11 a.m. at the Kendrick Mansion. Trained docents offer information, encourage student interaction and Read More

National Date Safe Project presents ‘Can I Kiss you?’ tonight

March 31, 2015

SHERIDAN — Whether you are a man or a woman — or a boy or a girl — you should have a say in what happens to you and your body, and dating should be based on respect, not standards. Those are some of the messages that will be delivered tonight at Sheridan College as Read More

Project aims to increase trophies in Park Reservoir

SHERIDAN — Park Reservoir is a popular place to try and catch a trout in Sheridan County. If a recent Wyoming Game and Fish Department project succeeds, the reservoir will boast even better fishing in coming years. The WGFD Sheridan fish management crew helped Story Fish Hatchery personnel in February to mark 5,000 lake trout, Read More

2015 could be a busy year for wildland firefighters

SHERIDAN — Following the weekend’s burst of fires across Wyoming and Montana, many are wondering if the early spring blazes are a sign of the summer to come. Fire meteorologist Tim Mathewson says maybe. “The next couple of months are critical,” the Bureau of Land Management official said. Mathewson works for the Rocky Mountain Coordination Read More

Easter egg hunts planned for the weekend

SHERIDAN — A number of Easter egg hunts will be held in Sheridan County this weekend as area residents celebrate the spring holiday. The following is a list of activities planned for the upcoming weekend. The list was compiled by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce. Friday 2:30-3 p.m., Westview Easter Egg Hunt, 1990 W. Read More

USFS plans prescribed burns in the Bighorns

SHERIDAN — Bighorn National Forest fire managers plan several prescribed burns across the forest this spring. Burns could begin as soon as early April and continue through late spring. On the Medicine Wheel/Paintrock Ranger District, burns are planned for the Beaver Creek area near Hunt Mountain and in the Mathews Ridge area northeast of Hyattville Read More

Nominate your neighbor for a free roof

SHERIDAN — Wyoming Roofing recently announced it is now accepting nominations for its Nominate Your Neighbor Campaign. The community program is a way to help a deserving neighbor in need, by providing a new roof at no cost. Wyoming Roofing, in partnership with Rocky Mountain Exteriors, Sheridan Media and Knecht Home Center, started the Nominate Read More

SHS student earns Daniels Fund Scholarship

SHERIDAN — One Sheridan County student was recently named a Daniels Fund Scholar alongside 238 other high school seniors from Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. Sheridan High School’s Anne Jane Lynam was on the list of students whose exceptional character, leadership and commitment to the community have earned them a place in the Daniels Read More

Fire weather watch in effect Tuesday, Wednesday

March 30, 2015

SHERIDAN — High winds, record high temperatures and low relative humidities combined Saturday to create an environment perfect for wildfires and forecasters at the National Weather Service out of Billings, Montana, are warning that Tuesday and Wednesday may bring more of the same. Nearly every fire department throughout Sheridan County responded to at least one Read More

Law enforcement: ‘Ghost cars’ help ease traffic issues

SHERIDAN — Ghosts are normally thought to haunt cemeteries or old buildings, not busy intersections in broad daylight. But, local law enforcement officers say unmanned, marked police vehicles — known in police jargon as “ghost cars” — can help slow traffic and increase safety. Earlier this month, the Ranchester Town Council decided to place an Read More

Patton expected home Tuesday

SHERIDAN — Rep. John Patton, R-Sheridan, will transfer to Sheridan Memorial Hospital Tuesday morning. Patton’s son, Jack, said the legislator continues to recover from a respiratory infection doctors call acute respiratory distress syndrome and will remain in the hospital for the foreseeable future. “His rehabilitation will be controlled by the recovery of his lungs,” Jack Read More

SCSD2 teachers 5th highest paid in Wyoming

SHERIDAN — The state of Wyoming is known to invest significant amounts of money in education, from the Hathaway Scholarship assisting Wyoming’s high schoolers in attaining a college degree to using energy monies and other surpluses to fund K-12 education at substantial rates and more. With high state income, low state debt and smaller populations, Read More

Mini-bus named finalist for Agency of the Year

SHERIDAN — For the second time in three years, Sheridan’s mini-bus public transportation service has been named as a finalist for Agency of the Year by the Wyoming Public Transit Association. “I was surprised and honored to get the nomination,” Director of Transportation for Sheridan Steve Ainslie said. “It comes from recommendations from Wyoming Department Read More

Archaeological Society to meet Thursday

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan-Johnson County chapter of the Wyoming Archaeological Society will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn, in the Le Gourmet room. Dinner will be ordered from the menu, however it is not necessary to order dinner to attend the free program. Following dinner, at approximately 7:15 p.m., Billings Bureau Read More

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