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January 10th, 2017

Pet Resolutions: Aging Pet

When your pets are getting up in years, there are a few tips you can do to keep them spry. While talking about her 2017 Pet Resolutions, Executive Director of the Sheridan Animal Shelter Debie Crawford said, aging pets benefit from mental stimulation.

Mayor Miller’s First Week

It has been a little over a week since Sheridan’s New Mayor Roger Miller took his oath. Mayor Miller says he has enjoyed his busy first days in office.

Stopka Pleased With Enplanement Numbers at Year End

Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka said 2016 ended with nearly 9,200 enplanements for commercial air service for the year.

iPod Touch

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Red iPod touch 6 with black and red dragon case lost near Sheridan junior high on Friday January 6 . It is was my sons xmas gift very grateful if returned. Call Andrea Maurer 461-0523.

Gold Ring

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Black hills gold ring with 3 leaves. Please call 752-8070.

Car Key and Remote

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Car key and remote were found frozen in the parking lot at Star Liquor, ask for Carol to claim it.

Lots of Older Conservative Folk Favor Medical Marijuana for State

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One of the most conservative members of the Wyoming State Senate is Cale Case (R-Lander). He favors approval of a medical marijuana bill and says there is a surprising amount of support for such an effort among older, conservative Wyomingites.

Tuesday 01-10-17

Senior Center / Dementia Friendly Initiative

SRD-Winter Tennis Program for Beginners

Here is a great opportunity to enjoy learning the game of tennis during the Winter months. Racquets and balls are provided.

Session 1 – Saturdays, February 4, 11, 18 and 25th, 2017

Session 2 – Saturdays, March 4, 11, 18 and 25th, 2017

Time: 11:00am – 12 noon

Fee: $40.00 ea. session

Ages: 8-13

Location: SCTA Tennis Building, Thorne-Rider

Instructors: Lorna Brooks and staff

Sign up at the Sheridan Recreation District Office in Thorne-Rider Park or call 674-6421.

CHAPS Breeding Auction to Help Fund Scholarships

Children, Horses and Adults in Partnership, or CHAPS, is a non-profit that provides equine assisted therapy services for people in Sheridan and Johnson counties.