Archive - May 19, 2010

Recreation District Board Approves Promotion and New Hire

Sheridan Recreation District Director Richard Wright
Sheridan Recreation District Director Richard Wright

The Sheridan Recreation District Board of Trustees Wednesday night approved the promotion of Chad Aksamit to the position of Sports Specialist II. Aksamit has been with the Rec. District for the past year and a half as the Recreation Specialist.

Council Work Session #8-- More One Cent Applicants

Sheridan City Council President John Bigelow
Sheridan City Council President John Bigelow

The Sheridan City Council budget work sessions continued Wednesday with another round of non-profits applying for optional one cent sales tax monies. It was a lengthy session, as 12 different local non-profit agencies gave a brief rundown of what they do and what the funds would be used for. There are over twenty non-profits applying for one cent funds this year.

Governor Comments on Several Key Issues

Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal
Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal

During his bi-monthly news conference Wednesday, Governor Dave Freudenthal spoke about the oil spill in the gulf and how it will impact Wyoming.

John Patton is Seeking Reelection

John Patton

Sheridan County Representative John Patton is now officially in the election ring. He says there are a couple of issues in particular, which motivated him to seek reelection

Taylor Gardner

Taylor Gardner

Former SHS hurdler Taylor Gardner from the Mountain West Conference track championships. (1 of 3)

"Wyoming Reads"

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"Wyoming Reads"

The mosaic tile signage near the entry of the Fulmer Children's Library serves as a reminder that it will be closed May 24th - 28th

Sheridan High School "Turn the Radio Up" - Pops Concert

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"Turn the Radio Up" - Ashley Daniels sings "Show Off"

Ashley Daniels lit up the Sheridan High School Sue Henry Theater stage last night with her perfromance of "Show Off". (1 of 16)

Wyoming Literacy Day

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At the end of the "Wyoming Reads" program while waiting for their school bus, Emma Short and Charity Johnson from Annie Wollenzien's Woodland Park Elementary 1st grade class opened their brand new books and started reading.

Wyoming Literacy Day (1 of 16)

Ranchester Awards Bid for Coffeen Street

Ranchester Mayor Cliff Clevenger
Ranchester Mayor Cliff Clevenger

The Ranchester Town Council awarded the bid to Intermountain Construction and Materials of Sheridan for the Coffeen Street reconstruction project. Ranchester Mayor Cliff Clevenger explains what the project will entail.