November 24th, 2015

Tuesday, November 24th

Write-In: 11-24-2015

1. 1996 Ford Windstar LX $1200
2. 1980 280 ZX in good condition, nice, must see, $3200
W: 5th wheel camper gooseneck extension
Will cut and remove any trees or limbs.
Call: 307-461-2908 V

FS: 3 Husqvarna chainsaws
call: 752-6453 V

FS: 1987 Yamaha XL5 snow machine
Call: 752-6172 V

Sapphire Diamond Necklace

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Sapphire diamond necklace. Please email

Local Travel Agent Says First Sheridan Flight Impressive

One of the people who took the inaugural flight Thursday out of Sheridan on Denver Air Connection was Peg Martin of Brinton World Travel.

Officer Praises Crisis Intervention Training

Sheridan Officer Katie Balthazor was a guest on Public Pulse. (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

Crisis Intervention Training, known as CIT, has become beneficial for local police officers, according to Katie Balthazor of the Sheridan Department, especially when dealing with people suffering from mental illness.

Small Game Hunting Opportunities Continue

At this time of the year, most of the big game hunting seasons have ended, but hunting for small game, which includes cottontail rabbits continues.

November 23rd

Winter Storm Expected to Hinder Travel Plans

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The National Weather Service in Billings, Montana has issued a winter weather advisory for Sheridan that is sure to hamper travel plans for the Thanksgiving holiday.

UW Recognizes Whitney Benefits, Sheridan College

Pictured from left to right; Dr. Mary Burman (Dean of the Faye W. Whitney School of Nursing, University of Wyoming), Robert Prusak (Whitney Benefits Board Member), Tom Kinnison (Whitney Benefits President), Phyllis Puckett (Assistant Director of Nursing, Sheridan College), Dr. Paul Young, and Marlene Ethier (Sheridan College, University of Wyoming Adjunct Faculty). (Photo Courtesy of Sheridan College)

Sheridan College and Whitney Benefits were recently awarded the RN/BSN Completion Program Community Partner Award for 2015 from the University of Wyoming.

Fourth Grade Students Eligible for Free Christmas Tree Permits

In support of the White House’s “Every Kid in a Park” initiative, the Bighorn National Forest will begin offering one free Christmas Tree permit Wednesday to fourth graders who present a valid “Every Kid in a Park” pass.


WYOMING ALL-STATE FOOTBALL SELECTIONS - Wyoming All-state football awards have been announced as expected several players from our Sheridan county teams received those honors.

6-MAN - The NSI Wolves had two players make the 6-man football all-state team they are Jami Hale and Dezmen Patron.

1-A - The Tongue River Eagles were the 1-A runner ups five Eagles made the all-state team, Cody Buller, Jaxn Kobza, Dillon Lyons, Brennan Kutterer and Jamie Dickerson.

Hospital Board Postpones Meeting

Trustees of Sheridan Memorial Hospital will not meet this week.