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February 25th, 2011

Houses in need of homes

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During the Sheridan High School musical "Peter Pan" the Sheridan Central Education Association invites you to participate in a silent auction of these and many more handmade birdhouses. The birdhouses will be on auction in the lobby with proceeds going to help fund college scholarships for local students.

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"Peter Pan's" spunky Tinker Bell

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Freshman Mariah Olesen, shown here, shares the mischievous role of Tinker Bell with senior Mona Tescher in the Sheridan High School musical production of "Peter Pan" in the Sue Henry Auditorium at the High School. Performances remaining are Friday at 7:30 p.m., Saturday at 1 and 7:30 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the high school office until 4:00 p.m.

Do you think the big box stores and grocery stores should be given retail liquor licenses in Sheridan?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
55% (405 votes)
No
44% (327 votes)
No Opinion
1% (7 votes)
Total votes: 739

February 24th

Jon Botten on Concealed Carry Bill

House District 40 Representative Jon Botten

In our rotation of speaking with our Sheridan / Johnson County Legislative delegation, Representative Jon Botten discussed the recent Concealed Carry bill.

Landfill Public Workshop

The City of Sheridan hosted a public workshop Thursday night to give nearby landowners of the City Landfill a chance to voice their likes and dislikes of the facility.

Sheridan Ice Figure Skaters to Perform Ice Show Next Week

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Sheridan Ice Figure Skater Katelyn Kayser practicing her program.

The Sheridan Ice Figure Skaters are winding down their season, and once again it will culminate with the 2nd Annual Ice Show at the Sheridan Ice Rink next week.

Former Wyoming Governor Elected to Arch Coal Board

Former Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal was elected to the Arch Coal Board of Directors.

Arch Coal, Inc. has announced that former Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal has been elected to its Board of Directors effective immediately.

Department of Interior responds to FOIA Request

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

The U.S. Department of Interior has responded to a Freedom of Information Act request from former Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal. The response includes 76 documents and over 700 pages, much of it redacted.

Annual Quilt Show Begins Sunday at JoCo Library

Photo courtesy Johnson County Library. Used by permission.

For crafters or those interested in crafts, the Annual Quilt Show begins this weekend with the drop-off of quilts at the Johnson County Library this Friday and Saturday, and people can view them starting Sunday afternoon.

Bison Head to State, Prepare for Regionals

The Buffalo Bison swim team will travel to Gillette this weekend for their State Meet, looking up to perennial powerhouse Lander, but confident they can challenge for the state title.
Coach Ron Chapin said the Tigers have won 14 straight championships and will be tough to beat, but the Bison have a legitimate shot at the state title.