Archive - May 2012

May 28th

City Planners Consult Community

Last week, Sheridan Citizens were provided an opportunity to learn about upcoming developments and experess their opinions on the East 5th Street Corridor Plan.

Wyoming Recognizes Gold Star Families On License Plates

Families of service members who died while serving in the military may be eligible to have a gold star on their Wyoming license plates.

May 27th

Remember the Fallen (updated)

Many "Remember the Fallen" but once a year, Beverly (Bev) Johnson of Sheridan "Remembers the Fallen" each and every day of her life. Bev lost her 26-year old son, Marine SSgt Brian D. Bland on January 26, 2005 when he and 30 others lost their lives when his CH-53E Helicopter went down in Iraq.

SHS Class of 2012 has Graduated

Sheridan High School 9-11 Band struck up Sir Edward Elgar's 1901 "Pomp and Circumstance" at precisely 1:00 pm Sunday and the Processional was on as the graduates-to-be filed into the standing room only gymnasium for Sheridan High School Commencement Exercises 2012. Once seated a branding took place - perhaps a Wyoming only event.

Nate's 7th Drive

Eatons' Dude Ranch kicked off its 133rd season with their annual horse drive but for Nate, in the center of the photo taken south of the State Information Center, it is just his 7th drive.

A Full Day of Graduations

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A Full Day of Graduations

Fort Mackenzie High School held their graduation ceremony Saturday, and today Sheridan, Big Horn and Tongue River High Schools will all be graduating their seniors with diploma in hand.

Buffalo Council Appoints Dyess As WAM Delegate

At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council appointed and approved Mayor Randy Dyess as the voting delegate for the Wyoming Association of Municipalities, or WAM, Annual meetings which will be in Laramie next month.

Police Step Up Security At Kendrick Park

With the summer season coming into full swing, the Sheridan Police Department has become more aware of delinquent activity at Kendrick Park and increased patrols through the area.

May 26th

Inn Renovations On Hold Until Debt Is Addressed

The board that operates the Historic Sheridan Inn plans to focus on paying down a $1.4 million debt rather than fundraising to finish renovations at the Sheridan landmark.

Fort Mackenzie Graduation

To the sound of Robert Wyatt's bagpipes at 1:00 pm Saturday the Fort Mackenzie graduation processional began. After a welcome address by Laurien Rahimi and speaker Officer Howie Fitzpatrick "The Graduation Song" was sung by soon-to-be-graduate Amanda Popke.