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Rowland on Dean’s List at Stephen F. Austin University

April 23, 2015

SHERIDAN — Sheridan resident Trenton Rowland made the Dean’s List for the fall 2014 semester in the James I. Perkins College of Education at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. The designation is reserved for students who make at least a 3.5 GPA for the semester, which comprises approximately 15 percent of the Read More

SHS officials announce principal’s honor roll

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School officials recently released the school’s third-quarter honor rolls. To be eligible for the Principal’s Honor Roll, a student must be enrolled in at least five classes at Sheridan High School and earn all As. Ninth grade Daniel Alsup, Hunter Andersen, Kathryn Arneson, Taylor Bowie, Christopher Brown, Kirby Coe-Kirkham, Olivia Conrad, Read More

Commissioners OK funds for Crooked Street

April 22, 2015

SHERIDAN — Sheridan County will reconstruct 700 feet of Crooked Street in between North Piney Road and Fish Hatchery Road in Story after the Board of County Commissioners approved nearly $147,000 for the project. The Commission breezed through Tuesday’s meeting in only 13 minutes, but County Engineer Ken Muller took time to explain the rebuilding Read More

Alternative school study brings bigger picture into focus

SHERIDAN — A steering committee comprised of representatives from each Sheridan County school district as well as Johnson County School District 1 and the Northern Wyoming Community College District was formed in November 2014, funded by the Whitney Benefits Foundation, to discuss a possible collaborative alternative high school project in Sheridan County. Discussions have since Read More

Clearmont moves forward with water study

CLEARMONT — Clearmont received three proposals from companies looking to complete the town’s Level II water study. Mayor Chris Schock said the Town Council studied the proposals and ordered them one through three, from favorite to least, and forwarded that information to the Wyoming Water Commission. Schock will head to Cheyenne May 5-6 to listen Read More

Kennon Products earns BBB award for ethics

SHERIDAN— Local company Kennon Products was dubbed one of the top businesses in the region by the Better Business Bureau after being awarded with BBB’s 2015 Torch Award for Ethics at a convention in Loveland, Colorado, Tuesday. Kennon received the award for a business with 26-50 employees. Three companies based out of Colorado also received Read More

‘You be the Judge’

Community members and students bearing the robes of Wyoming Supreme Court justices enter the room to hear an appeals case during the “You be the Judge” program Tuesday evening at Sheridan College. From left, Chancey Crevier, Jerry Budenske, Brittany Liptak and Denise Stone. The justices from the Wyoming Supreme Court are holding a series of Read More

Kuehne Foundation gifts $500K to Senior Center

SHERIDAN — The Marna M. Kuehne Foundation has made a $500,000 commitment to the Sheridan Senior Center’s capital campaign, representatives of the center said Tuesday. The Kuehne Foundation gift will help the Senior Center reach its preliminary fundraising goal of $7 million for the “Celebrating Generations and Building Community” capital campaign. The foundation primarily serves Read More

Utility rates may increase in Ranchester

RANCHESTER — Ranchester residents may see their utility bills increase in the near future, as the Town Council approved the first reading of an ordinance to raise trash collection rates Tuesday evening. Mayor Peter Clark explained the town’s sanitation budget is looking at a projected $7,000 deficit. By state law, enterprise funds — water, sewer Read More

Sage Grouse core area boundaries to be discussed Tues.

SHERIDAN — Wyoming’s Sage Grouse Implementation Team mapping subcommittee will be meeting in Buffalo Tuesday to provide opportunity for the public to comment on proposed revisions to sage-grouse core area boundaries. The meeting is one of several held around the state based on Wyoming’s eight sage-grouse Local Working Group areas. The meeting will be held Read More

SHS announces ‘B’ Honor Roll

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School officials recently released the school’s third-quarter honor rolls. To be eligible for the B Honor Roll, a student must be enrolled in at least five classes at Sheridan High School and earn a 2.7-3.49 grade point average with no grades lower than a “C.” Ninth grade Ethan Appleby, Korbyn Averett, Read More

Chaney Peterson named state FFA officer

SHERIDAN — A new team of students took the reins of the Wyoming FFA Association as the 2015-2016 state FFA officers were elected at the 2015 Wyoming State FFA Convention on April 11. John B. Kendrick FFA member Chaney Peterson joined the team of state FFA officers as Sentinel. “Our state officers are the public Read More

‘Philanthropy is…right next door’ set for Mon., Tues.

SHERIDAN — The Homer A. and Mildred S. Scott Foundation, The Wyoming Community Foundation and Philanthropy Northwest are hosting an exploration of Wyoming philanthropy themed “Philanthropy is…right next door” on Monday and Tuesday. The opening reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. Monday in the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center Atrium at Sheridan College. It Read More

Correction: No free clothing giveaway on Sat.

April 21, 2015

There will not be a free clothing giveaway by members of American Heritage Girls on Saturday at the Old Apostolic Lutheran Church as was published in Monday’s edition of The Sheridan Press. Church leaders have asked that members of the public not come to the church on that day since there will be a wedding Read More

City pledges funding for indoor aquatic facility

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan City Council unanimously approved a resolution Monday evening to commit $4 million over four years to an indoor aquatic facility. Through sources like Optional One-Cent Tax revenues, supplemental funds, grants and other potential state funding, the city plans to provide approximately one-third of the funding for the YMCA’s proposed $12.5 million Read More

Organizers: Local Foods Expo not just about food

SHERIDAN — The fourth annual Sheridan Local Foods Expo is coming to Sheridan College on Friday and Saturday, and event organizers say the event is about more than just food. “I always say that food and farmers markets and those kinds of things are big grass roots of economic development,” said Bonnie Gregory, event organizer Read More

SHS officials announce third-quarter ‘A’ Honor Roll

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School officials recently released the school’s third-quarter honor rolls. To be eligible for the A Honor Roll, a student must be enrolled in at least five classes at Sheridan High School and earn a 3.5-3.99 grade point average with no grades lower than a “C.” Ninth grade Kaylee Abernatha, Sidnee Anderson, Read More

Big Horn Historical Society to present program on rock art

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn City Historical Society will present a program on rock art and historical inscriptions at its next regular meeting on Sunday at the Big Horn Woman’s Club. Scott Burgan will talk about rock art and historical inscriptions he has found in northern Wyoming. The meeting is free and open to the Read More

Reduced cost for camping to benefit Care Camps

SHERIDAN — The Custer/Mount Rushmore KOA Campground will offer camping on May 9 for just $10 as part of Kampgrounds of America’s annual KOA Care Camps Big Weekend to benefit KOA Care Camps. Campers who stay as paying guests on May 8 will receive a night of camping on May 9 for just $10. The Read More

WYO to offer ‘Live from the Met’ this weekend

SHERIDAN — The WYO Theater will host Mascagni’s “Cavalleria Rusticana” and Leoncavallo’s “Pagliacci” as part of its The Metropolitan Opera: Live in High Definition series at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. As part of its efforts to reinvigorate opera and reach out to a broader public, The Metropolitan Opera in New York launched the series of opera Read More

Kinner named new HD29 representative

April 20, 2015

UPDATE: (12:04 p.m. April 21) SHERIDAN — After presentations and question-and-answer sessions, Sheridan County commissioners voted 5-0 Monday to appoint Mark Kinner, First Interstate Bank of Sheridan market president, to fill the House District 29 seat left vacant by the passing of Rep. John Patton on April 5. “I’m very humbled and very honored to Read More

I-80 closes again due to crash

LARAMIE (AP) — Trucks and cars piled into one another in dense fog on Interstate 80 in southeast Wyoming, resulting in a fiery chain-reaction crash that killed one person and injured 16 others Monday. The crash in a rural area 18 miles west of Laramie occurred four days after several pileups during a blinding snowstorm Read More

Sold out FAB Conference filled with fun

SHERIDAN — Approximately 100 women gathered at Sheridan College Friday for an afternoon of personal and professional development at the third annual FAB Women’s Conference. The conference, primarily sponsored by The Sheridan Press and Sheridan College, underwent renovations this year, moving from the fall to the spring and revamping the structure of offerings. The facelift Read More

HD29 replacement to be chosen today

SHERIDAN — Republicans selected three candidates Saturday morning for consideration to fill the House District 29 vacancy left by the April 5 passing of Rep. John Patton, R-Sheridan. HD 29 precinct committeemen and women picked Mark Kinner, Ryan Mulholland and Patrick Geary through a vote, leaving the fourth applicant, Ky Dixon, off the list. The Read More

Local FFA members do well at state convention

SHERIDAN — Members of Sheridan’s John B. Kendrick FFA Chapter who attended the Wyoming State FFA Convention in Cheyenne April 8-11 returned home with many high achievements. “This is one of the most successful conventions we have had during my 22-year tenure here,” chapter advisor Nick Siddle said. Chaney Peterson was the champion prepared public Read More

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