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SHS seeking community members for ‘super choir’

October 23, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School choir director Suzie Schatz-Benson is looking for community members to participate in a “super choir.” According to a press release from the school, on Jan. 18, the largest group of singers ever assembled from Sheridan County will perform two songs with full orchestra as part of the Host Night Concert Read More

First United Methodist Church to host pumpkin carving, trunk or treat

SHERIDAN — First United Methodist Church will offer two activities to help area residents prepare for Halloween. On Sunday at 4 p.m., church officials have invited the community to transform pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns. Bring your own pumpkin and carving tools to participate. Pizza will be served once the pumpkins are carved. On Oct. 31, the Read More

Holy Name to celebrate 100th anniversary with concert

SHERIDAN — Holy Name Catholic School will celebrate its 100th anniversary with a concert Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Organizer say students will sing their way through the years, from 1914 up through 2014 with songs like “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” and “Rock Around the Clock.” Admission to the concert is free, but donations Read More

SC to host ‘Inside view from Mars on the world of commodities’

SHERIDAN — Two of Mars, Inc.’s global officials will present on a variety of business and agriculture topics at Sheridan College on Tuesday. The free presentation will be held inside the Whitney Presentation Hall from 6-7:30 p.m. Global Commodity Senior Manager Luke Marriott and Global Chief Procurement Officer  Brice Russell will present on five topics: Read More

Laumann to present at Big Horn Historical Society

BIG HORN — Local historian Helen Laumann will present a program on the Civilian Conservation Camps at the October meeting of the Big Horn Historical Society. The meeting is set for 1 p.m. at the Big Horn Woman’s Club, located at 314 S. Third St. in Big Horn. The meeting will begin with a potluck Read More

Enzi accepting applications for spring 2015 page position

SHERIDAN — U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., is now accepting applications from high school juniors to be a Senate Page for the spring session in Washington, D.C. There are a total of 30 page positions in the Senate and Enzi is sponsoring a Wyoming student to serve in one of them. The deadline for applications Read More

Friday Events Oct. 23, 2014

Events for Friday, October 24, 2014 • 7 p.m., encore performance of “42nd Street,” WYO Theater, 42. N. Main St., $20 for adults, $10 for students

Local Briefs Oct. 23, 2014

Cast to perform encores of ‘42nd Street’ SHERIDAN — The cast of the WYO Theater’s gala fundraiser will perform encores of “42nd Street” this week. Shows are scheduled for Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets cost $20 for adults and $10 for students, and may be purchased through Read More

Reward offered for damaged statue

SHERIDAN — The artist who created the sculpture “Bringing on the Heat” has offered a $500 cash reward for the arrest and conviction of the individual(s) responsible for the damage in the attempted theft. The Sheridan Police Department is currently investigating the damage to that sculpture, as well as the theft of two other sculptures, Read More

Big Horn reading program helps students learn on multiple levels

October 22, 2014

SHERIDAN — The classrooms in Big Horn Elementary School are taking a unique approach to reading, based not on grade level, but rather ability level. Leveraging the information received by the benchmark assessments already in place, the school uses the Fountas and Pinnell Leveled Books system to form cross-classroom small reading groups, called flood groups, Read More

SCSD1 shaves $1 million off cost of new elementary

RANCHESTER — Sheridan County School District 1 is one step closer to having its new elementary school funding approved after shaving $1 million off the project. The development of the new Tongue River Elementary school, which was originally to begin construction this summer, was halted during June’s Board of Trustees meeting after all bids for Read More

Clearmont couple considers opening new business

CLEARMONT — Clearmont Town Council approved a zoning change Monday that could open the way for local residents to establish a small lodging facility near the Clear Creek Stop in Clearmont. Residents Steve and Anna Switzer requested that two parcels across the street from the gas station on U.S. Highway 14/16 be rezoned from residential Read More

Ranchester signs agreement for creation of Connor Battle diorama

RANCHESTER — Within a year, a miniscule model of the Connor Battle, fought on Aug. 29, 1865, will be placed in the Ranchester Information Center to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the first battle in a series of skirmishes that eventually led to the famed Fetterman Fight. Ranchester Town Council signed an agreement with Sheridan Read More

County contracts to create more parking by county attorney’s office

SHERIDAN — The house at 133 Burkitt St. once used by the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition is set to be demolished soon in order to provide more off-street parking for the county attorney’s office located east of the house near the corner of Burkitt and Brooks streets. County commissioners signed a contract at their meeting Read More

Kidnapping, assault case bound over to district court

SHERIDAN — Alleged kidnapper Aaron Arnold was bound over to 4th Judicial District Court following a preliminary hearing Tuesday in Sheridan County Circuit Court. A preliminary hearing is held to determine if a crime likely occurred and if the person charged likely committed it.  Arnold has been accused of kidnapping his ex-wife Bearl Arnold and torturing Read More

Kalif Shrine ladies to present pre-holiday bazaar

SHERIDAN — The Kalif Shrine Ladies will host a pre-holiday bazaar Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kalif Shrine Temple. The event will feature a raffle, door prizes and a lunch of Indian tacos, which will begin at 11 a.m. The Kalif Shrine Temple is located at 145 W. Loucks St.

Sheridan College to host COMBAT color run

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Veterans Club will host the third annual Combat Color Fun Run at Sheridan College on Sunday at 1 p.m. The event is a 3-mile run or a 1.5 mile walk around the campus designed to combine a game of color tag with fitness and fun. The run is untimed because Read More

Chamber invites businesses to sign up for Christmas stroll

SHERIDAN — With Thanksgiving just more than a month away, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for the annual Christmas Stroll, set for Nov. 28 from 4-8 p.m. The chamber has invited all local businesses to participate in the event. The cost to participate is $125 for chamber members and $175 for Read More

Brinton Museum to host sage-grouse talk

SHERIDAN — Wildlife biologist Erik Molvar will speak on the preservation of the greater sage-grouse Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. The Brinton Museum will host the presentation, which is free and open to the public. The Brinton Museum is located at 239 Brinton Road. For more information, call the museum at 672-3173.

Advocacy groups ask Sheridan to say #nomore

October 21, 2014

SHERIDAN — She was young and insecure. She wanted someone to love and someone to love her. She was the perfect choice. “They pick you, and they pick you great,” domestic violence survivor Channing Spradling said. “They can see right through you, so I think that they seek out that love, the need for somebody who Read More

Court orders murder suspect to state hospital for treatment

SHERIDAN — Paul Brookhouse, 57, arrested in June for the murder of 62-year-old James Lee Drake has been deemed unfit to stand trial. An evaluation from the Wyoming State Hospital determined Brookhouse was suffering from mental illness, but not the illness for which he was being treated. The evaluation did state that Brookhouse could, if Read More

SCSD2: Ditch PAWS, SAWS replace tests with Smarter Balanced

SHERIDAN — Sheridan County School District 2 officials presented to local Wyoming state legislators Monday afternoon at the district headquarters, touting the district’s status among 4A schools in the state and asking for the legislators’ support of the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium. Superintendent Craig Dougherty, Director of Elementary Education Scott Stults, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Read More

City debates criteria for liquor license sales

SHERIDAN — Liquor licenses dominated discussions at Sheridan City Council Monday as councilors sought to establish criteria for the sale of a retail liquor license held by the city. The council eventually tabled the draft resolution establishing criteria for the sale of new liquor licenses so it could look into some legal questions and discuss Read More

Bond set at $50,000 for man accused of entering home, attempting rape

SHERIDAN — Bond was set at $50,000 cash yesterday in Sheridan County Circuit Court for a man charged with first-degree sexual assault. Richard A. Alford, 36, was arrested in the early hours Saturday after a woman called 911 and reported that an intruder had entered her North Main Street home and attempted to rape her. Read More

FUMC to begin next phase of capital building campaign

SHERIDAN — Pastor Don Derryberry of the First United Methodist Church of Sheridan announced recently that the church plans to embark on the next phase of a capital building campaign. According to a media release from the church, the new undertaking will include renovations to the children’s Sunday school area, the church offices, child care, Read More

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