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May 16th, 2015

A Look Back in Time: May 17, 1915

The Goose creeks have been running high for several days, but the water began to recede yesterday and is much lower today.

66th Annual Sheridan College Graduation

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Graduation ceremonies were held for the Sheridan College Class of 2015 on Saturday afternoon. It was a day of excitement for parents and students alike.

For many of the students, graduation day brought a welcome sigh of relief.

A Day for the Dogs

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All canines and their companions were invited out to Kendrick Park Saturday to join in a fun-filled morning, all as a fundraiser to benefit Sheridan’s Relay for life and the American Cancer Society called “Bark for Life.

Lummis Introduces Act to Require Budget Disclosure For Intelligence Activities

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U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis, who is Wyoming’s sole representative, has introduced legislation with two other legislators that would require the president to disclose in the annual budget request to Congress the top line spending levels at the 16 federal agencies known to conduct intelligence activities.

County Commission Will Consider Zoning Rules Next Week

The Sheridan County Commission plans to initiate amendments to rules and regulations governing zoning at the upcoming meeting and at the same time evaluate the zoning use chart and official zoning map.

A Different Kind of Taste

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A soft opening for a new business in Sheridan was held Friday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

US 14A Opens Monday

A 22-mile stretch of a scenic mountain road that takes travelers through the Big Horn Mountains from Sheridan to Lovell will open at noon on Monday.

Dining For a Cause to Benefit Sheridan Public Arts

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Coming Home: Sacajawea at the Headwaters of the Missouri by Mary Michals Donated by the Zullig Family, 2007. The sculpture sits in front of the post office in Downtown Sheridan. (Courtesy Photo)

Another Dining for a Cause event at Frackelton’s is scheduled for this Monday, and as part of the ongoing fundraiser, all of Monday’s lunch and dinner sales, as well as a match of the tips earned by servers, will be donated to the Sheridan Public Arts Committee.

May 15th

Kindt Resigns from Sheridan Health Center

Cathi Kindt (Photo by Pat Blair)

Cathi Kindt has resigned as director of the Sheridan Health Center, a position she's held for nine years.

Sheridan Inn Opens Doors to Guests

First guests at the Inn. From left, Candice, Kamryn and K.C. Carden. (Photo by Pat Blair)

K.C. and Candice Carden, and their 4-year-old daughter Kamryn stepped into history Friday as the first guests of the historic Sheridan Inn on Broadway Street in more than half a century.