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October 25th, 2011

SPD: Fake $100 Bills Passed in Sheridan

Sheridan Police are searching for leads after reports of fraudulent $100 bills being passed in Sheridan this week. The four fake bills SPD has collected are not $100s, but are actually washed $5 bills.

YOUTH HOCKEY CHAMPIONS

Wyoming Pee Wee Hockey Champs

The Peewee Team Wyoming Hockey club that took 1st place at the Denver University Jr. Pioneers Hockey Tourney last weekend.

It includes 20 kids from six cities around Wyoming including 4 from Sheridan ( Walker Billings, Jack Chase, Sandis Cook and Jesse Cross).

DU Jr. Pioneers 5, Team Wyoming 2
Boulder 2, Team Wyoming 1 this was an OT Shootout loss
Colorado Jr Eagles 1, Team Wyoming 9
Boulder 1, Team Wyoming 6
DU Jr. Pioneers 5, Team Wyoming 6 this was an OT Shootout win.

Beautiful Day for Pet-O-Ween

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Last Saturday was a beautiful day in Kendrick Park as pets brought their owners to the Band Shell for the 11th Annual Pet-O-Ween Pet Costume Contest. There were 84 entires, with some entries having multiple pets each contributing $5.00 and the selling of raffle tickets together raised more than $1,200 for the Dog & Cat Shelter.

Dow Resigns as SCSD1 Board Chairman

D1 board from left, Carol Garber, Suzie Dow, Kristi Von Krosigk, CT Baily, former superintendent Sue Belish. (SM file photo)

Sheridan County School District No. 1 board of trustees chairman Suzie Dow resigned last week. Dow served for five years, and her current term would have expired in 2014.

Wyoming Jobless Rate 5.8 Percent in September

CHEYENNE (AP) - Wyoming's unemployment rate held steady at 5.8 percent in September. The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services says the state's jobless rate appears to have stabilized, remaining in the narrow range of 5.7 percent to 5.9 percent in each of the past four months.

Red Ribbon Week: Students Pledging to Stay Drug/Alcohol Free

(Sheridan Media file photo)

Students in Sheridan High School's WATCH program are celebrating Red Ribbon Week, raising awareness in fellow students about the harmful effects of drug and alcohol use.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 10/25/11

Don Hardy, author of "Shooting From the Lip: the Life of Senator Al Simpson"

Former Bears QB McMahon to Visit Sheridan for Wounded Warrior Fundraiser

Former NFL quarterback Jim McMahon during a visit to Iraq on New Years 2007. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

Former NFL quarterback Jim McMahon, perhaps best known for his role on the 1985 Chicago Bears Super Bowl team, will be in Sheridan this weekend to support the Wounded Warrior Project.

Chamber Announces Stroll Button Design Winner

Designed by 12-year-old Kailee Becking, 2011 Christmas Stroll Button.

It's still October, but the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce is already gearing up for the Christmas Stroll. 12-year-old Kailee Becking was announced as the winner of the Christmas Stroll Button Design Contest Monday.

Whitney Benefits Maintains Fiduciary Excellence Certification

Whitney Benefits has maintained its certification for fiduciary excellence for the second year, an award attained through an independent audit determining adherence to "excellence in investment standards".