Archive - Apr 23, 2011 - News

Programs Explain How to Preserve Family Heirlooms

Two programs, sponsored by the Trails End State Historic Site in Sheridan and The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo, will teach participants how they can preserve family treasures and heirlooms.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue Respond to Saturday Morning House Fire

Sheridan Fire-Rescue Captain Mike Miller (white helmet) directs fire operations, while Firefighter/Paramedic Kyle Johnson (yellow helmet) prepares to enter the home and Firefighter II/EMT Greg Luhman sets up equipment. (Courtesy Photo)

Sheridan Fire-Rescue is in the news again this week, this time with word of responding to a house fire at 959 Burton just after 7:30 Saturday morning.

Westview Easter Egg Hunt

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Twenty-three month old Dawson May, son of Shyda and Aaron May clutches his Easter basket at the Westview Easter Egg Hunt.

Blustery north winds forced Westview Health Care Center's Easter Egg Hunt indoors Friday afternoon.

Moving Earth Day Indoors

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Earth Day in Sheridan.

Mother Nature kicked up her heels Friday afternoon forcing the Earth Day festivities inside.

NWCCD Board Acknowledges Preliminary Budget

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NWCCD Board Acknowledges Preliminary Budget

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees acknowledged receipt of the preliminary budget for fiscal year 2011-2012.

Caring Threads Group Gives to Those in Need

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Pictured from left to right: Donna Stubbs, The Fiber House; Carole Petty, TRVCC Board Chairperson; Emmy Hill, Ameri Corps Member; Toni Orum, Oncology Nurse. (Courtesy Photo)

The Tongue River Valley Community Center and the Fiber House in Sheridan have collaborated to form “Caring Threads”, a fiber arts group that provides knitting and crocheted items for those in need.