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February 11th, 2016

Thursday, February 11th

Write-In: 2-11-2016
All items for sale:
1. Old 33 1/3 LP records
2. Solid pine wood, corner book case
3. Snow shovels
4. Some horse tack, rubber buckets, feed pans, hay nets, water tanks, halters, light horse blanket
5. couple log chains, 8x12
Call: 307-674-4561 IIII

All items for sale:
1. four 16”, 6 hole aluminum rims from a 2008 Toyota Tacoma $200

The Wright Place 2nd Quarter 2015–2016

“A” Honor Roll

Grade 7
Ross Norskog

“B” Honor Roll

Grade 6
Savannah Barnes
Thomas Kaupp
Logan Watts

Grade 7
Braedenn O’Leary

Grade 8
Kyle Thesing

Fort Mackenzie High School 2nd Quarter 2015–2016 School Year

“A” Honor Roll

Grade 9
Myricle Stuart

Grade 10
Alexandria Bautista
Colten Meece
Lauren Sodergren

Grade 11
Bailee Borzenski
Elizabeth Lande

Grade 12
Carlita Mestes
Madison Pehringer

“B” Honor Roll

Grade 9
Kelli Bennage
Cheyenne Feley
Zachary Wagner

Warm Weather’s Making Ice Fishing Dangerous

Ice is still frozen in spots on Healy Reservoir. (Game and Fish Submitted Photo)

Ice fishing can be dangerous at any time, but especially this week as temperatures rise to nearly 60 degrees, because the ice is thawing on the north shores of the lakes.

AARP Tax Rep Offers Free Preparation, Issues IRS Scam Warning

The IRS phone scam, as it’s been dubbed, is still targeting locals.

Program Focuses on African Dinosaur Bones

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Dee the Dinosaur, Tate Museum, photo by Judy Hagerott

J.P. Cavigelli was this month’s presenter for the Sheridan College Science Museum’s Lecture Series. Collections Manager of the Tate Geological Museum at Casper College, he talked about going to Tanzania, Africa, to collect dinosaur bones, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

February 10th

UPDATE: Senior Center, Historic Inn, Commissioner Among Chamber Award Winners

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce has announced its Awards of Excellence winners for 2015. The Key Service Award, that honors a non-profit organization, went to the Sheridan Senior Center, and County Commissioner Mike Nickel was named the Spirit of Sheridan for his volunteer service.

Student Privacy Bill Endorsed by Senate Education Committee

The Senate Education Committee Wednesday gave their full endorsement of Senate File 14, the student data privacy and transparency bill, that would prohibit school districts from accessing students’ personal social media accounts. Senate File 14 will now move to the full Senate for consideration.

Sheridan Police Prepare for ‘Scam Season’

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With tax season upon us, the Sheridan Police Department issued a news release Wednesday to remind people that they may receive telephone calls from individuals claiming to be with the IRS. Last year, the Better Business Bureau listed scams involving the IRS, as their top scam of the year.