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May 24th, 2011

1 Dead, 1 Missing in Montana Flooding

Photo Courtesy of Rich Hall, WYDOT Area Crew Foreman, taken on his visit to Crow Agency.

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Carbon County officials say an 84-year-old woman died when she fell into a flooded ditch. Authorities say Betty Kebschull's body was found Saturday a short distance from her home in Boyd.

State Community College Presidents Continue to Meet Monthly

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Community College Presidents Continue to Meet Monthly

The seven community colleges in Wyoming are all independent of each other, which means they are independently accredited and independently governed. Sheridan College President Dr.

MORE FROM THE SHERIDAN BRONC SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP

BRONC SOCCER - The Sheridan Broncs won the 2011 4-A Wyoming state soccer championship Saturday and the celebration lasted long after the game ended Saturday evening Head coach Kevin Riser really enjoyed his time with the players this season.

Big Horn senior Colby Wollenmen has played for the Bronc soccer team the last two years.

Planning Commission Approves Woodland Park Patio Homes Final Plat

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Rober Briggs

The City of Sheridan Planning Commission approved the final plat for the Woodland Park Patio Home, which subdivides tract 2 of the Woodland Park Subdivision into 36 lots and 6 open space out lots.

Statue Dedication and Celebrate the Arts

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In kind of a precursor to this year's Celebrate the Arts, there will be a special sculpture dedication during the Memorial Day Ceremony in Downtown Sheridan.

The Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony in Sheridan has added something new to their itinerary this year, as there will be a special sculpture dedication as part of the ceremony. City of Sheridan Public Arts Committee Chair Fachon Wilson explains.

Superintendent Updates Board on New Buffalo School

Dr. Rod Kessler

The questions surrounding Buffalo's new elementary school, namely when it will be built, how big it will be and what design it will take should all be answered later this week, according to Johnson County School District 1 Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler.

Jo Co Approves Rural Health Tower Agreement

Johnson County's Commissioners, at last week's meeting, approved an agreement between themselves and Johnson County Rural Health for use of a county-owned radio communications tower near the airport.

May 23rd

Diamond in the Ruff & Feline Friend

Hi, I'm Andy. I'm a nine-year-old, male, Welsh Corgi and Dachshund mix. I'm on the small side and very loving once I get to know you. I get along good with children, dogs and cats. I like baths but don't like to be groomed and definitely don't touch my toe nails. Long car rides are one of my favorite activities. I like all treats and stuff toys are my favorite play things. Loud noises don't bother me and I'm totally housebroken. I just need a very loving family to take care of me.

Leticia is a three-year-old black domestic short hair diva. She would need to be an only pet as she doesn't like other felines or dogs. Leticia really enjoys being petted and brushed and she really would love to be a lap cat. She would make an excellent companion for someone who lives alone or a quiet couple. Come up and meet our diva, Leticia today and maybe let her sit in your lap. She will warm your heart.

2011 State Track

This last weekend was State track for Sheridan High School. Starting Thursday the 19th going through Saturday the 21st the team competed in track and field events. Athletes did there best to get points for the team despite the snowy weather on Thursday then rain and wind on Friday and Saturday. All the athletes went out and competed like the weather wasn't an issue.

Public Pulse - Monday 05/23/11

Sheridan County Historical Society / Author Craig Johnson