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May 23rd, 2014

Sheridan Man Receives Historical Society Grant

Mike Mackey of Sheridan has received a research grant from the Wyoming State Historical Society for 2014. The $1,025 grant is for “Wyoming Samurai: Military Service at Heart Mountain.”

Sheridan High School to Graduate 190-plus

Sheridan High School Dean of Students Ed Fessler anticipates 193 students will graduate on Sunday.

College Music Instructor Wins State Honor

Sheridan College music instructor Dr. Christian Erickson recently won the 2014 ARTCORE New Music Competition.

Weekend Hours Extended at Mansion

The Kendrick Mansion in Sheridan, which is the historic home of the town's most notable cattle baron, will be open for extended hours over the Memorial Day weekend.

County Continues Road Treatments

When county road crews come back to work after the Memorial Day weekend, next week, road treatments will continue Tuesday through Thursday.

Official Says Leave Newborn Wildlife Alone

As we head into the Memorial Day weekend when many people will be enjoying the outdoors, wildlife officials are taking the moment to warn people to leave newborn wildlife alone.

Game and Fish Seeks Comment on Sheridan Region Objectives

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold public meetings to review and discuss big game herd management objectives in the Sheridan region.

Bighorn Campgrounds Open for Memorial Day

Four campgrounds will open this weekend to officially kick off the summer season in the Bighorns.

May 22nd

A Look Back in Time: May 23, 1914

“The Lost Paradise,” the three-act drama given to benefit Sheridan Elks Lodge 520, opened at the Orpheum Theater last night. The play will be presented again tonight.

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