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May 2nd, 2013

Living in a Fairytale

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Lauren Sarantopulos left, and Principal Dirleen Wheeler pose in front of Lauren's doodle. (Photo by Ron Richter)

A Freshman at Sheridan High School has been selected by Google as one of the 50 state finalists for a special contest hosted by Google. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Church Hosts Garage Sale

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The Sheridan First Presbyterian Church's women are holding their annual spring “ABC” sale this weekend.

Sheridan High School Named Silver Award Winner

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The U.S. News and World Report recently released their rankings of high schools across the country. Sheridan High School Principal Dirleen Wheeler says that Sheridan was one of two high schools in the state to receive a Silver Medal Award.

SHS Principal Discusses Graduation Rate

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Last week we reported that the graduation rate for Wyoming had decreased slightly in 2011-2012, this according to data released by the Wyoming Department of Education.

SC Nursing Students Seeking Runners

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The Sheridan College Nursing Club is hosting its 2nd annual fun run in a little over a week.

This Year's Tree for Trash: Crabapple

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This year's Trees for Trash community event will start Saturday morning at 9.

JCSD1 Board Approves Latest Employment Requests

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees approved the latest recommendations for employment at their last regular meeting.

Buffalo Council Discusses Ideas For Lot On Fetterman

Buffalo's City Council discussed ideas for possible uses of a city-owned vacant lot on Fetterman Street behind the Clear Creek Cantina.

King Lane Water Line Approved By County

A water supply line on King Lane adjacent to the County Fire Hall Property and the King Property purchased last year by the county, looks to be moving ahead barring any major problems or unexpected costs cropping up.

Relay Sponsors "Bark for Life" Saturday

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This weekend, Relay for Life of Sheridan is encouraging you to spend the morning with your dog at Kendrick Park for the first ever “Bark for Life” event to fight cancer. Nicole Marron, Community Relationship Manager with the American Cancer Society.