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Rapid Creek Rangers to perform at the WYO

June 29, 2015

SHERIDAN — Summertime in Sheridan means lots of celebrating and getting together with friends old and new. It also means that the Rapid Creek Rangers are coming to town. In the early 1970s, a group of local kids formed a band covering songs made famous by musicians such as the Beatles, James Taylor, Carole King, Read More

Wyoming Wednesday to feature Kim Fuka

SHERIDAN — Wyoming Wednesday programs will continue Wednesday and run through July. Activities will take place at 10 a.m. each Wednesday in June and July at the Wyoming Welcome Center located off the Fifth Street exit on Interstate 90. Wyoming Wednesday offers informative, interpretive programs about the Sheridan area and Wyoming. Emphasis is placed on Read More

Hospice of the Big Horns named 2015 Hospice Honors Elite recipient

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Hospice of the Big Horns has been named a 2015 Hospice Honors Elite recipient for scoring above the national average on post-care surveys. Hospice of the Big Horns provides service for terminally ill patients and their families when the focus of care shifts from curing illness or extending life, to Read More

SCALING BACK: County officials look for creative ways to cut the budget

June 26, 2015

SHERIDAN — County Commissioner asked department heads and elected officials in the county to cut expenses to make up for an approximate $800,000 budget shortfall. Commissioners originally faced a $2.6 million deficit but cut it down to $800,000 by pulling $1 million from their reserves, appropriating approximately $665,000 from federal funds that haven’t come in Read More

The evolution of the American front porch

SHERIDAN — Front porches are as American as apple pie, and the history of the American front porch is in some ways the history of the American people as well. From evolving status symbols and evolving functions to declining (and possibly resurging) use, the evolution of the porch is a uniquely American phenomenon. The modern Read More

Former UW basketball player opens business to help young athletes

SHERIDAN — Ever since he was young, basketball has been Aaron Tyser’s life. He was a part of two state championship teams in high school, earning multiple All-State and All-Conference accolades. He was a standout player at Sheridan College who eventually made his way to the Arena Auditorium in Laramie as a walk-on for the Read More

Digging up wildflowers could cost you

BIGHORN NATIONAL FOREST — Picking flowers is a part of life whether young or old, but gardeners should be weary when looking to take wildflowers and place them in their yard. “It is illegal to remove them by digging them up and transplanting them,” Bighorn National Forest spokeswoman Susie Douglas said. Local authorities can fine Read More

City updates maintenance and construction projects

SHERIDAN — The city of Sheridan will host meetings every two weeks to update the public on in-progress construction and maintenance projects. On Thursday, city staff said that while rain the last month has hampered work crews, several efforts are nearing completion or ready to get underway. • A fire hydrant installation will close North Read More

WCCC weighs tuition guarantee research

SHERIDAN — Three Casper College students presented their research on the possible effects of a tuition guarantee for Wyoming community colleges at Friday morning’s Wyoming Community College Commission meeting. The research sparked conversation among college officials about the potential future of the state’s college tuition. Basing their survey on the tuition guarantee at Cuyahoga Community College Read More

Agendas June 27, 2015

Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board 7 p.m. Thursday Lucille Alley Room Dayton Town Hall • Call to order • Approval of minutes of June 24 meeting • Approval of agenda A. Additions B. Deletions • Old business • New business A. Review, evaluation and ranking sheets for letters of interest submitted by engineering firms Read More

Wyoming Author Marjane Ambler at Sheridan Fulmer Library

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Fulmer Library will host Wyoming author Marjane Ambler in the Inner Circle on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Ambler will discuss her book, “Yellowstone Has Teeth,” and give a short visual presentation titled “Creating Community in a Hostile Environment” featuring stories and photos from her time living in the heart of Yellowstone. For Read More

Free health screening being offered for coal miners

SHERIDAN — Throughout June, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has been offering a series of free, confidential health screenings to coal miners throughout the United States. The Mobile Occupational Safety and Health Unit will be in Sheridan on Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to conduct free black lung screenings. All Read More

Ranchester to host Fourth of July celebration

RANCHESTER — The town of Ranchester will host July Fourth celebrations in the park from 4:30-10:30 p.m. Enjoy live music and a community gathering in the Connor Battlefield State Park, followed by a fireworks celebration at dark. Live music with Gary Small and the Coyote Brothers starts at 4 p.m. Boat races, with cash prizes Read More

Registration now open for KARZ Rod Run

SHERIDAN — The KARZ Rod Run car show will return to Sheridan July 3 and 4 as approximately 150 hot rods, muscle and classic cars and trucks line Main Street and Grinnell Plaza. Sponsors will pick their favorite cars for trophies and a best of show award. This year will feature a Cruise for Cash Read More

Annual fireworks show to be held July Fourth at Equestrian Center

BIG HORN — The annual community fireworks extravaganza in Big Horn will return as July Fourth is celebrated at the Equestrian Center. Gates open at 4 p.m. for tailgating and live country, and western music by Dave Munsick will be presented from 7:30-9 p.m. The largest fireworks display in northern Wyoming, choreographed to music on your Read More

2 juveniles cited for Whitney Commons vandalism

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Police Department cited two minors for vandalism on buildings in Whitney Commons that occurred earlier this month. Lt. Tom Ringley said a third individual, an adult, is a suspect in the case. However, the person does not live in the area and SPD has been unable to track him down. The Read More

White House calls it missed opportunity; others oppose Medicaid expansion

SHERIDAN — The possibility of Medicaid expansion continues to spark debate in Wyoming following an updated report from the White House titled “Missed opportunities: The consequences of state decisions not to expand Medicaid.” With 20 percent of Wyoming citizens uninsured, the White House Council of Economic Advisers estimates in the report that Medicaid expansion would Read More

Man sentenced to 6-10 years for assaulting woman

SHERIDAN — A man who entered a woman’s home at 2:53 a.m. last October, approached her bed and then bit her side was sentenced in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday morning to six to 10 years in prison for attempted third-degree sexual assault. Richard Alford, 36, who had recently moved to Sheridan at the time Read More

Sheridan man sentenced to probation for child abuse, endangerment

SHERIDAN — A man the state said burned his newborn baby with a cigarette and taped a pacifier to the child’s mouth was sentenced to probation Thursday in 4th Judicial District Court. Judge William Edelman sentenced Joseph Fauber, 42, of Sheridan, to two years of probation after suspending jail terms for one count of felony Read More

CHAPS to host ‘Heroes and Horses’ for veterans

SHERIDAN — CHAPS Equine Assisted Therapy will host “Heroes and Horses” Saturday from 9-11 a.m. Children, Horses and Adults in PartnerShip wants to recognize and help veterans and their families with horse-centered learning and activities with this free event. “Heroes and Horses” will include groundwork activities involving the horses, which require the participants or group Read More

Nominations sought for Professional Judgment Panel

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming State Board of Education is seeking nominations for the Professional Judgment Panel in four categories: a public high school teacher, a public high school principal, a person from a school district central office and a person from a postsecondary institution. The PJP is a group of volunteers from across the state, Read More

Lexicon of Sustainability art show at the library

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Farmers Market has been hosting a traveling Pop-Up Art Show featuring informational artwork from the national organization Lexicon of Sustainability on the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library mezzanine throughout the month of June. According to curator and farmers market organizer Bonnie Gregory, the show is an effort to cultivate the language Read More

Closely-held business planning coming Monday

SHERIDAN — An opportunity to give more thought to the future of your own business, in terms of succession planning and how to get there, will be presented by First Federal Savings Bank and the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Business Retention and Expansion Committee. On Monday, from either 7:30-9 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. to Read More

Engineering summer program brings top students to UW

SHERIDAN — Incoming high school seniors from Wyoming and nine other states, plus Germany, are exploring various fields of engineering during the University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Applied Science’s annual Engineering Summer Program which started Monday and will end Saturday. The students — selected from a competitive field of applicants — will participate Read More

Student News

Northwest College announces honor rolls SHERIDAN — Northwest College named 385 students to its 2015 spring semester honor rolls. Megan Eisenhauer, Shelby Mann and Savanna Pehringer, all of Sheridan, were named to the Vice President’s Honor Roll. Students qualifying for the Vice President’s Honor Roll completed the same level course work with a minimum grade Read More

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