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February 18th, 2010

Sheridan Figure Skaters Excel At Competition In South Dakota

Six Sheridan Ice Figure Skaters recently participated in the 5th annual Black Hills Gold Rush competition in Rapid City South Dakota, which is a U.S. Figure Skating competition. Coach Emily Emond says that all six took home numerous medals.

Why Could A Tech Park Make Sheridan More Beautiful?

A public hearing on a proposed tech park for north of Sheridan took place at the Trails End last night. The proposed site for the tech park is on 38-acres by the V.A., Brian Kuehl, Managing Partner at The Clark Group, which is the consulting firm for this project, says they selected this location, in part, because of the redundant Internet in this area.

Sheridan College Rolls Out The Red Carpet

They rolled out the red carpet at Sheridan College last night for their first ever student-produced film festival. Randy Hyder, who is the Multi-Media Engineer for the College, says the students from the Film Club put together a wacky assortment of films.

Public Enjoyed Tours at Sheridan Memorial Hospital Wednesday

Contributed by Judy Hagerott

Doors opened wide yesterday as the public was invited to tour the newly constructed Sheridan Memorial Hospital lab, the Medical Arts Complex lab, and Big Horn Mountain Medicine in Sheridan.

February 17th

WYDOT Holds Public Meetings to Update on North Main Road Closures

Drivers needing to use Fort Road beginning next Monday, February 23rd, will have to make adjustments to the route they take. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell.

Holwell says that there will be plenty of signs, and drivers will need to be prepared to drive more slowly in the detour areas.

Sheridan High School Key Club Sponsoring a Chili Cook-Off Fundraiser Friday

The hardworking students in the Sheridan High School chapter of Key Club invite the public to a chili cook-off tomorrow evening. Chelsea Kethman (keeth-mun) is a Jr. at SHS, and while she is a member of the Sheridan Chapter, she serves as Lieutenant Governor for Division 1 in the Rocky Mountain District.

Space Shuttle Payload Includes Items From Yellowstone National Park

NASA launched the Space Shuttle Endeavour last week where it has now rendezvoused with the International Space Station. Yellowstone National Park Spokesman Al Nash tells us that there is a little piece of Wyoming that went along for the ride.

Ranchester Council Approves Grant Application For Land Purchase

The Ranchester Town Council agreed to move forward with a grant application through the Wyoming Business Council that would allow the town to purchase a little over an acre of property that would be leased to Thumper Incorporated. Ranchester Mayor Cliff Clevenger.

Freudenthal Advocates Wind Regulations And Expanded School Construction

Governor Dave Freudenthal addressed several key legislative issues at a news conference Tuesday, including wind regulation, school construction and gun policy. Freudenthal says he remains committed to passing common sense regulations for Wyoming's wind energy industry.

Annual Hearts Build Homes Banquet Is Less Than Two Weeks Away

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns will be holding their 14th annual Hearts Build Homes Banquet in Sheridan a week from this Saturday. Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Jessica Lindsley says there are plenty of entertaining things planned for the evening.