Archive - Feb 1, 2013

SHS Seniors Shine in Last Home Swim Meet

Sporting new hairdos Seniors Luke Ostrowski and Jack Syring, swimming in the last home meet of their high school careers on Friday afternoon, were recognized during the meet and performed this dual dive to cap off their home season.

Snow Dogs

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Our puppy Abby (about 8mos old) was eating the snow and trying to catch it. Our older dog, Bandit (about 14yrs old), was tunneling through it.

Photos by Aubrey Russell

Snow Route Alert in Effect Until Noon Saturday

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The City of Sheridan has announced that a snow route alert went into effect at 8 o'clock Friday evening to allow crews to clear the snow from the emergency snow routes. The snow alert will remain in effect until noon on Saturday.

SFR Receives Check to Aid Smoke Detector Program

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Wal-Mart Manager Matt Gomke presents a check for $750 to Sheridan Fire Marshal Brian Songer. (Photo Courtesy of Sheridan Fire-Recue)

Sheridan Fire-Rescue issued a media release stating that they've been awarded a $750 grant from the Wal-Mart Foundation. The check was presented by Sheridan Wal-Mart manager Matt Gomke on Friday.

Should non-residents be considered for appointment to the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
20% (118 votes)
No
78% (458 votes)
Undecided
2% (14 votes)
Total votes: 590

Thursday 01-31-13

Victor Ashear -National Alliance on Mental Illness / S.C.S.D. #2 w/Craig Dougherty

Mid-Winter Bald Eagle

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This years Mid-Winter Bald Eagle Survey was a great experience.
Photo by: Connieboo

District Two Superintendent Explains the No Snow Day Decision

(Photo by Chris Foy)

Sheridan County School District One and Three canceled their school day Thursday due to the recent blast of winter we received. The fact that School District Two elected not to scrap the day had some parents wondering why.

Tax Report for Wyoming Inspires Proposed Gas Tax Hike

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Tax season is getting underway, and a new report lays out the percentages taxes take out of family incomes in Wyoming. The "Who Pays?" study shows taxes as a percentage of income are lowest for the richest and highest for the poorest.