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April 6th, 2011

Rainy Tuesday Afternoon

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One reason why school buses in Wyoming are required by law to operate with their headlights on is so that they can be seen - it also helps if motorists have good working windshield wiper blades and turn them on especially on days like Tuesday afternoon when the rain was coming down.

Craig & Susan Thomas Foundation: "Every Child - One Mind at a Time"

Susan Thomas visited Sheridan Media to promote the Craig and Susan Thomas Foundation, which helps at-risk learners to further their education. She had fun "playing DJ" for a moment.

Susan Thomas, wife of the late U.S. Senator Craig Thomas of Wyoming, paid a visit to Sheridan Media Wednesday morning to tell us about the Craig and Susan Thomas Foundation and the work she is doing in his honor. She explains.

Jr. High Art Extravaganza

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On Tuesday SAGE opened the Sheridan Junior High School Art Extravaganza at the Sheridan College Main Street Campus location - 171 N. Main Street. A reception is scheduled for Thursday evening at 6:30 pm. with Tony Sawyer's Jr. High Choir participating. Among the types of art on display until April 29th are sheetrock carvings, pin hole photography, leather, acrylic, marker, oil and paper mosaic.

Can you do this with colored pencils?

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An artist reception for Dean States was held on Tuesday on the Mezzanine of the Sheridan County Fulmer Library. In case you missed it scroll down to see a sample of his works of art done in colored pencil. The exhibit will be in place until May so drop by and see what can be accomplished with a colored pencil.

SRD VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS AND RESULTS

FLYING H POLO CLUB 3-0

ERIN DeFRIES FARM BUREAU 3-0

MOPSTERS 1-2

TOP SHELF 1-2

SASQUATCH 1-2

“SMOKIN ACES” 0-3

RESULTS OF GAMES FROM TUES

ERIN DeFRIES FARM OVER “SMOKIN ACES”
25-12,25-10

TOP SHELF OVER SASQUATCH
25-14, 25-10

FLYING H POLO CLUB OVER MOPSTERS
25-22, 23-25, 25-16

April 5th

Montana Man Pleads Guilty to Sheridan Girl's Rape

William Richard Nielsen (courtesy photo)

MISSOULA, Mont. -- A Missoula man accused of raping a 12-year-old Wyoming girl pleaded guilty Tuesday, April 5th in federal court. 24-year-old William Richard Nielsen pleaded guilty to coercion and enticement of a minor.

Sheridan College Volleyball Teams up with YMCA for Youth Volleyball Camp.

Members of the SC Volleyball Team Volunteered last week in a 3-day camp at the YMCA. Approximately 40 young ladies (9-12 year olds) participated in a Volleyball Skills Camp with the Lady Generals.

The girls enjoyed their time at the Y teaching basic volleyball skills (forearm passing, setting, approach footwork, hitting, and serving). It was nice to give back to our community with the game we love!!

Sheridan County Chamber and Sheridan College Visioning Session

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Sheridan College and the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held a visioning session Tuesday night at the Golden Dome.

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce and Sheridan College held a round table visioning session Tuesday night at the Golden Dome.

Jo Co Adopts One Percent Funding Suggestions

The Johnson County Commissioners approved the recommendations of the One-Percent Committee at their meeting Tuesday.

Buffalo Council Awards Contracts for Tennis Courts

The Buffalo City Council awarded the contracts for the new tennis courts that will be constructed in Washington Park this summer to Renner Sports Surfaces of Denver, and City Electric in Buffalo.