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January 27th, 2015

Bear Cloud Resentenced in District Court

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A resentencing hearing for 21-year-old Wyatt Bear Cloud was held Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Park, Art 'Economics' Highlight SEEDA Meeting

Updates on Sheridan's hi-tech business park and a creative economics study that recognizes art as a force in economic development were among highlights of a meeting at Sheridan College on Tuesday.

Winnop's Excited About Washington Trip

Elizabeth Winnop talked about being a delegate on the Morning Show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A local high school students says she's excited about her trip to Washington to see how government works. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Tuesday 01-27-15

When I'm 64 Program, Self Defense for Women, Francine Russell / Compete Wyoming, Liz Brimmer

Tuesday, January 27th

Write-In
01-27-2015

W: Paying cash for junk cars and trucks (Paid through 02/26/15)
Call: 752-4511

FS: 4 burner Viking gas top stove, 20”x30” excellent condition. $300
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1. Dorm sized fridge
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3. 2 antique round top trunks, make offer
4. 27” L animal carrier
5. 32” L animal carrier

Boys 200 Freestyle Relay Swim Team Sets Record

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Boys 200 freestyle relay swim team set a new record of 1.47.38 last Saturday at Kelly Walsh High School in Casper. The previous record had been in place since 1998. This record breaking team is Jakob Eckard, Oscar Patton, Presley Felker, Jacob Ahlstrom, being coached by Brent Moore. Photo submission by Traci Felker.

County to Pay Federal Agency for Aerial Photos

Sheridan County has officially joined counties from across the state to compile enhanced aerial photos of property, at a cost of $7,800, paid to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency.

January 26th

Sheridan College Volleyball camp

With volleyball season right around the corner what better way to brush up on your skills and have the ability to get better than to attend our first spring volleyball camp.

This camp is designed to help teach and develop the individual skills and team concepts of the game of volleyball. The camper will have the ability to focus on position specific drills as well as bettering their overall performance.

It will also give campers the opportunity to work closely with Sheridan College volleyball staff members and players.

NDNU transfer commits to SC Volleyball

Sheridan College volleyball is pleased to announce the addition of Patricia Batoon a 5-11 Middle Hitter from Maui, HI to the 2015 roster. Batoon is the second player to ink an LOI for the 2015 class as she will join the SC program that will look to build off this year’s 20-13 record.

Sheridan College’s Hanson pledges to Yellowjackets

Sheridan College sophomore basketball player Tiana Hanson has verbally committed to play for Montana State University-Billings next season.

Hanson, a native of Shepherd, Montana, about 20 miles from Billings, will have two years of eligibility with the MSU-B Yellowjackets, a NCAA Division II school competing in the 11-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference.