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May 21st, 2013

Arch Coal Awards 13 Wyoming Teachers With Golden Apple Certificates

The Arch Coal Foundation honored 13 Wyoming Teachers Tuesday with Golden Apple Award Certificates.

The Last Days of Firstboomers

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I am the oldest baby boomer.  By my reckoning, my parents conceived me sometime in June 1945 and I born somewhat early on March 21, 1946.

WWF Networks Women Leaders

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They Wyoming Women's Foundation hosted their LEAP into Leadership workshop in Sheridan this morning in hopes of giving more women the know-how and confidence to take on leadership roles in their community.

Rolston Tapped as DeSmet Advisor

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The Sheridan County Commissioners announced Tuesday they have selected Bob Rolston to serve as the Sheridan County representative of the Lake DeSmet Advisory board.

Sheridan BOCC Approves Airport Infrastructure Update

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The Sheridan County Board of County Commissioners gave the go-ahead for a mini overhaul of some of the key infrastructure at the airport.

VA Plant Sale Draws Steady Stream

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The Pie and Plant Event at the Veterans Affairs greenhouse this morning is drawing a steady stream of botanists. The sale goes until 1 p.m. today. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

Tuesday 05-21-13

Robert Kaplan, Author of "What You're Really Meant To Do" / State Superintendent Cindy Hill

SHERIDAN COUNTY JUNIOR HIGH RODEO

The Wyoming Jr high rodeo Assoc. held there state finals in Casper Wy on Friday.

Sheridan County will be sending 6 students to the National Jr High finals in Gallup, Nm June 23-29th.

25 contestants from the state of Wy. qualified to go and 6 were from Sheridan county. The top 4 in the state in each event, qualify.

Created in 2004, the NHSRA Junior High Division was established to bring the excitement of the sport to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders and to serve as a feeder system into the high school ranks of the Association.

May 20th

NEW LADY BRONC HOOPS COACH VISITS SHERIDAN / BIG TOURNAMENT WEEKEND FOR THE TROOPERS

LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - New Sheridan lady bronc basketball coach Jessica Cordingly visited Sheridan high school Monday.

Cordingly takes over the Lady Bronc program following season Yeager's announcement this spring he will be leaving Sheridan.

Cordingly was officially named the coach a week ago at the Sheridan school district two board meeting. She grew up in Thermopolis and has been coaching and teaching in California.

We sat down with Cordingly Monday and she is excited to be coming to Sheridan high school.

Adopting a Plan For the Cemetery

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Six months ago a Cemetery Planning Committee was formed with the goal of developing a master plan for the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery. Monday night, the Sheridan City Council approved that master plan unanimously.