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February 21st, 2014

Kids Take to Slopes

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What went down Kendrick Hill has to be carried back up. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Nearly a hundred kids took to the slopes, on sleds, Friday afternoon thanks to the YMCA, Century 21/BHJ and Sheridan Commercial Company. BHJ donated a hundred sleds to Sheridan families – and gave children ages 5 to 11 a chance to try them out on the hill at Kendrick Mansion above Kendrick Park.

Berger: Pipeline Bill Passes House, Other Updates

One of Sheridan County's state legislators checked in with Sheridan Media's News Director Leslie Stratmoen this morning to give a report on this week's activities during the legislative budget session at the Capitol in Cheyenne. Here's the story.

Sheridan Photographer Featured in State Magazine

'Sunrise' by Tim Doolin -- Photo Provided
Lupine and Yellow Balsamroot -- Photo Provided

The works of a local photographer were chosen as winners and are appearing in the Game and Fish Department's wildlife magazine. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Health Center Offers Free Yoga Classes

Saturday is the free day of yoga and meditation at the Santosha yoga school in Sheridan.

Local Organizations In Line for State Grants

Two local organizations are in the running, this time around, for Community Development Block Grants from the Wyoming Business Council.

District 2 Leads State in Honors

Superintendent Craig Dougherty - Photo by Pat Blair

Sheridan County School District 2 is gaining attention in Wyoming and the nation for excellence in academics. Here are some of the highlights.

February 21st

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 21, 1914

The Spencer Business College boys surprised the Buffalo High School basketball team last night, beating the visitors 34 to 12. The Sheridan girls, however, lost their game to Buffalo. Final score was 12 to 4. Games were at the Kirby opera house.

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WYO Theater Executive Director Resigns

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The Board of Directors for the WYO Theater in Sheridan have announced that Executive Director Nick Johnson has tendered his resignation, effective April 4th of this year. Johnson says that the move is a career decision.

Bond Set for Alleged Heroin Dealer

(Photo by Ron Richter)

Bond was set Thursday in Sheridan County Circuit Court for a man charged with selling heroin in the Sheridan area. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.