Archive - Jun 11, 2010

Flooding Along Big Goose

The flooding has begun throughout many parts of Sheridan County, as Big Goose Creek is running over its banks and has flooded a home on NB Avenue and several residences along Big Goose Road. Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Dave Coleman has this advice for those who are experiencing flooding.

Big Goose Leaves Its Banks

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Big Goose Leaves Its Banks

Big Goose Leaves Its Banks

Showing Off

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A Kendrick Park bull elk shows off his new antler growth.

Fairboard Addresses Capital Improvements

5th Street entrence to Fairgrounds will get a makeover this fall.
5th Street entrence to Fairgrounds will get a makeover this fall.

The Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees approved a traffic pattern and parking plan at their meeting Thursday night. Facilities Director Sharon Nadeau says the overall goal is to increase public safety.

Do you approve of making Whittier St. a one-way street?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
22% (90 votes)
No
70% (279 votes)
No Opinion
8% (32 votes)
Total votes: 401

Celebrate the Arts is Underway

The kick-off of the 9th annual Celebrate the Arts Festival began Thursday evening at the Historic Sheridan Inn with close to 150 people attending.  The night started with the introduction of the 20 new on-loan sculptures and the announcement of the four newest acquisitions for the permanent collection found around town.

State Parks Partner with State Libraries

Make a Splash - Read! is the theme for the 2010 Wyoming Summer Reading Program. (image from Reading is Fundamental)

Relaxing, reading and recreating – all great things to do during the summer months, and the Wyoming State Library and Wyoming State Parks are partnering to promote all three with their Summer Reading Program.