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May 23rd, 2011

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.

Diamond in the Ruff & Feline Friend

Muggs is a six-year-old gray and white Persian. We believe she is a purebred Persian but we do not have papers to prove that theory. Muggs went to foster care for a bit and she made herself right at home. She acted like she lived there forever and since coming back to the shelter has done the same. She is very people and dog friendly but she is also an independent soul. Muggs would love a forever home where she can bask in the sun in front of a big window. Come meet our beautiful girl today.

Winston is my name and I'm a two-year-old Australian Shepherd/Blue Heeler mix. I'm a black, gray and white medium sized boy. I'm a very quiet dog and I love to be petted. I really like being around people but am unsure about cats and children. I do well on a leash so like to go for long walks. I'm totally housebroken and like all treats. I'm very laid back and don't like to play much. I'd make a great companion for a older couple.

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

Intake Fishing Access Site Closed

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has issued Yellowstone River flood-related closures.

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks in cooperation with local authorities recently closed Intake Fishing Access Site (FAS) to public use due to high water conditions. The Yellowstone River has flooded some of the access site and potentially put the public at risk.

May 22nd

SHERIDAN BRONCS WIN 4-A STATE SOCCER TITLE

THE BRONC CELEBRATE THE 2011 STATE SOCCER TITLE

4-A STATE SOCCER CHAMPIONS - The Sheridan Broncs are the 2011 4-A Wyoming state soccer champions they beat Laramie 2-1 in the title game Saturday at the Big Horn Equestrian Center.

Laramie scored the games 1st goal in the opening minutes of the game but the Broncs would answer back scoring twice in the span of three minutes late in the first half to grab the lead.

Junior Hunter Reece got the go ahead and game winning goal in the 31st minute as both teams went scoreless in the second half.

MDU Power Outage Planned Wednesday

MDU has scheduled a power outage for the early morning hours of May 25th to do maintenance on a substation.

Montana-Dakota Utilities has scheduled a planned power outage for early this Wednesday morning, May 25th. Jim Sorenson is the MDU Electric Superintendent in Sheridan County; he explains the purpose for the outage and the areas affected.

Poll Question: Kids on “Leashes”

Toddler with freedom to walk while being strapped into a child harness/backpack.

You may have seen them as you've driven around town in the past few weeks – cars with the words “Free the Leash Kids” written on the backs of car windows.