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Eyesore No More

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Wyoming Demolition has cleared the property at 1135 N. Crook Street that sits adjacent to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore on the corner of Crook and 8th Streets. The property belonging to John Pruitt was the subject of an order of abatement voted on by the Sheridan City Council during a February special City Council meeting.

Pickup Bouquet of Plums

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This interesting and colorful pickup bouquet of double flowering plums was seen on West Burkitt Street as proof that April showers did indeed bring May flowers. Now if May showers would hold off perhaps planting of these May flowers could take place.

Truck Strikes Wheelchair

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Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to a call involving a Dodge pickup and a person in a wheelchair Wednesday evening. The person in the wheelchair was attempting to cross Loucks when a truck turning right off of Main St. struck that person. The wheelchair and the victim were dragged several feet before the truck was stopped. The victim in the wheelchair was transported to Memorial Hospital.

Next to Lovin' I Like Fightin'

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Tuesday evening at the Sheridan High School May Choir Concert the Honor Choir and Spectrum Men: sang and fought their way throughout an audience favorite "Next to Lovin' I Like Fightin'" from Shenandoah that included solos by Kyle Roberts, Cole Bateman, Tyler Lien and Rusty Burr.

West Loucks/Big Goose Road Construction Coming Soon

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The survey stakes show where the new 10-foot wide pedestrian/bike path will be as Intermountain Construction and Materials of Gillette gets ready to start work at Vale Street (just West of the traffic signal light at Highland and Loucks) and proceed west for 1.22 miles. The pedestrian/bike lane will be on the north side of the highway between Vale Street and Sparrow Hawk Road.

Tree falls in Kendrick Park

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Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to Kendrick Park Sunday afternoon after a large tree fell across the road. The high winds were blamed for toppling the tree.

Kendrick Park remained closed Sunday. Crews from the City’s Parks Department were expected to work on removing the remaining sections of the tree Monday.

A Heaping Portion of Taylor Heaps

Taylor Heaps, from Tongue River, went 4 for 4 at the Regional Track meet and when it was all over on Saturday he had an individual point total of 40-points. He is shown here well ahead of the competition in the 400 Meter Dash as he flies by the grandstand on the way to the finish line with a time of 52.42.

Day One at Regional Track

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Friday on day one of the 1A, 2A & 4A East Regional Track & Field Meet being held on Scott Field in Sheridan, Tongue River's Hunter Vineyard topped the high jump bar at 5-01.00 to take first place. Scroll down to see several of the other local athletes that ended day one on the top of the leader board. Day two of the meet starts at 9:00 am with the final event scheduled for 4:30 pm

Broncs take win

The Sheridan E.R. "Scoop" Shovlain Invitational was held at the Kendrick Municipal Golf Course on a beautiful Thursday and the Sheridan boys came out on top for the 18th time in a row with a team score of 290. Leading the way for the Broncs was the top place finisher Kamrin Allen with a 68, in 3rd place was Cameron Lindell with a 72 and in 4th place was Jace Rader with a 73.

Fire Drill at Sagebrush

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Sheridan Fire-Rescue conducted the May fire drill at Sagebrush school Thursday morning. Fire drills are conducted each month throughout the school year at each of the Sheridan’s Elementary, Junior High, and High Schools. Firefighter/EMTs from Sheridan fire rescue provide fire safety presentations for Kindergarten through 5th grade classes.